Seeds - Bean, Arikara Yellow (Dry Bush) OG

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Description: An heirloom bean named after a tribe from North Dakota. The prolific, drought-tolerant bush-type plants produce tan-yellow dry beans with reddish-brown eyes that are excellent for baking, cassoulets and frying. Harvest when the pods are mature and dry.

Pack Size: 50 seeds

Latin Name: Phaseolus vulgaris
Main Uses: Culinary

Days to Maturity: 80 - 90 days
Exposure: Full sun
Height: Bush type
Flowering Time: Summer

Germination: 10 - 14 days.
Outdoors: Direct seed at least one week past the risk of frost. Dry beans require warmer soil temperatures than snap beans. Choose well-drained soil with average fertility. Amend the garden bed with quality compost such as Sea Soil.
Planting Depth: 1”.
Spacing: Sow seeds 3” apart in rows 28” - 36” apart. Thin to 4” - 6” apart.

Growing in Containers: May be grown in raised beds or very large planters, such as barrels.

Garden Companions: Beets, carrots, cauliflower, cucumber, corn, eggplant, potato, radishes, kale, lettuce, peas, potatoes, Swiss chard, and strawberry.
Plants to Avoid: All members of the allium family (onions, leeks, garlic, scallions) and Kohlrabi inhibit growth in beans. Sunflowers will compete for light.

Pest/Disease Issues: Aphids can be washed off plants with a hard stream of water.

Harvesting: Dry beans flower and set fruit all at once. Harvest pods once they have become dry and leathery and the beans rattle around. The beans should be quite hard at this stage. If by the end of the season, the beans are not dry enough to harvest, cut down the entire plant and hang it upside down indoors until dry.

Suitability for Indoors: Not suited for indoors.

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