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Old 06-11-2019, 07:13 PM
 
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Well, I direct showed the seed in my raised bed a few days ago. Today I saw a young seedling peeking up so I am excited to see what it/ they will do.
YEAH! Keep us update!
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Old 07-22-2019, 11:04 AM
 
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YEAH! Keep us update!
Updat: it's been 6 weeks since I OP'd this thread. Since then, I direct sowed the seeds into the raised bed. I sowed 6 seeds and only three sprouted and at the end one survived. I think the reason this one survived is it was planted right next to the sprinkler so it gets regular watering. The other died because I went away for 3 days and, through they were inches away they were not able to get the water they needed. I will try again in late August for fall.

The survived one is growing well as you can see.
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Old 07-23-2019, 06:39 AM
 
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Updat: it's been 6 weeks since I OP'd this thread. Since then, I direct sowed the seeds into the raised bed. I sowed 6 seeds and only three sprouted and at the end one survived. I think the reason this one survived is it was planted right next to the sprinkler so it gets regular watering. The other died because I went away for 3 days and, through they were inches away they were not able to get the water they needed. I will try again in late August for fall.

The survived one is growing well as you can see.
Looks healthy!

Thanks for the update!
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Old 07-26-2019, 09:30 AM
 
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The earliest harvest of haricot is received from under shelters and in the greenhouse, landing 15 — 25-day pottery or cassette seedling. However most often haricot is grown up in the open ground direct crops to the soil.
Several times change water or periodically take seeds from it for airing. It is desirable to enrich along with a namachivaniye seeds minerals. Haricot most of all needs a pine forest, molybdenum and manganese.
Haricot badly grows on the salted or sour soil. Though she is also not really exacting to fertility, especially bush, but for a guarantee of a big crop before crops it is desirable to bring mix of mineral fertilizers: 20 — 30 g of superphosphate, as much potash salt, 15 — 20 g of ammonium nitrate on 1 sq.m.
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Old 07-26-2019, 05:27 PM
 
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A "haricot"??? WTH are you talking about? I had to look it up, fricking navy beans
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