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    Nice beans, what kind are they, and how many feet did you plant? I will be harvesting the first of our pole beans in a couple days. My tomatoes are umanageable, though that was my own fault for planting them so close together. Spacing is 2ft apart in a 4ft bed with 2 rows stagered, its just a jungle mess basically 2x what i should have in that space. Not really much disease this year, this is the first year planting in this spot though. Very late harvesting my tomatoes this year, only just now getting our regular size and large tomatoes, cherry and plum have been harvesting small amounts. Last year i think i started harvesting in late july.
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    Quote Originally Posted by barnbc76 View Post
    Nice beans, what kind are they, and how many feet did you plant? I will be harvesting the first of our pole beans in a couple days. My tomatoes are umanageable, though that was my own fault for planting them so close together. Spacing is 2ft apart in a 4ft bed with 2 rows stagered, its just a jungle mess basically 2x what i should have in that space. Not really much disease this year, this is the first year planting in this spot though. Very late harvesting my tomatoes this year, only just now getting our regular size and large tomatoes, cherry and plum have been harvesting small amounts. Last year i think i started harvesting in late july.
    These were bush beans which I have great luck with every year. I planted two rows maybe 10 feet long. I'm getting ripe plumb tomatoes now but my others are huge and green like the beefsteaks I planted. Other then that we got a few cukes and a few squash......very tough year for us
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