I harvested the first dry pods of the varieties: Thibodeau du Comte Beauce, King of the Early, Nata, Redland Pioneer, Elektra, Gribnoy Aromat, Stoltzfus String and Tiger's Eye. The coolest part of the season has started.
Besides, some beans grow better, others don't grow well. Such a life :)
Gribnoy Aromat / Mushroom Flavor from Ukraine
Nata - Polish bush runner bean
Atlas - Polish pole wax bean
Red Rooster - Aussie borlotto type bush bean. Big pods, just add a handle and there's a machete...
My Succotash. This is what the lower old leaves look like.
This is what the upper, newer leaves look like after using magnesium sulfate.
Additionally, a lot of new fresh leaves began to grow in the lower part of the plants.
It's the same with tomatoes. Some varieties are more sensitive than others. In any case, such a spray will not hurt the beans.
This is sometimes the case when different varieties are grown side by side. They may have different needs.
maybe it's just a magnesium deficiency caused by the cold and too much water in the soil. The leaves look similar to those with a mosaic. Spraying 0.5% magnesium sulfate solution helped my beans . The new leaves are beautifully green. On old leaves, the changes will not reverse.
Last year it was hot in Poland. There is a lot of rain this year, storms and hailstorms. Beans don't give up, they slowly grow.
Tennessee Greasy Mix
Nata - bush runner bean
Thanks Bluejay. My camera is nothing special. Small, automatic Nikon Coolpix L31. I used an old dinner plate as background. It's a little tired, so sometimes I have to retouch the background. This can be seen in the first photo in the lower right corner. I didn't notice it before :) However...
The first pods from beans that grow in pots in my home. With the exception of Alice Sunshine, these are Polish local varieties from seeds from the gene bank, which I sowed to check the type of growth. No one will remember the catalog numbers, so they got the names of the places where the seeds...
Bluejay, in Russia and Ukraine, bean from the second photo is called Krasnaya Shapochka (Little Red Riding Hood). I suppose these are the same beans. Latvia was once part of the Soviet Union.
I thought that Steuben Yellow Eye is another name for Molasses Face bean. How is it really?