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Discussion in 'Fruits & Vegetables' started by Bluejay77, Apr 11, 2017.

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    journey11

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    Haven't seen @Hal for awhile. Wonder what he's up to? He'll have a lot of reading to catch up on. :)
     
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    Some of the plants produced so few because the were stunted from the excessive water that remained in the soil for so long. Some plants after all summer only produce two or three mature pods which were also smaller and had fewer seed. A few varieties I had planted sort of partially recovered from the wet condition. Probably the nature of that variety.
     
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    By this time of the year Hal is probably got his garden planted. he can plant all the way to the end of January. His off season is a lot shorter than mine.
     
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    Bluejay77

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    "Brown Trout" Is a true bush dry bean. The bean originated in the bean collection of the late Ernest Dana of Etna, New Hampshire. I had grown it back around 1978 after collecting from John Withee's Wanigan Associates. I'm looking forward to getting a good crop of it's seed next year. The soil I had it planted in this year although excessively wet after planting does seems to allow it to display more white according to the few seeds that I did harvest.

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    "Billingsgate 4" True bush growth habit. A 4th segregation of the original "Billingsgate" outcross discovered in "Magpie" in 2013. This year seeds although only from a couple of plants looks fairlly consistant.

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    "Reade Krobe" A true bush similar to "Early Warwick". From Jaanes Aalders in the Netherlands 2013. The seed in the photo is the entire crop harvested this summer of 2017

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    "WB-PKT #21.3 True bush growth habit. A third segregation of #21. From the Will Bonsall outcrosses sent to me in 2015. The seed of WB-PKT #21 is first photo. 21.3 is second photo.

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    "Squaw" True bush. From Tricia77 in 2016. One plant produced a runner with black seeds. The whole aray of different seed produced in the squaw grow out is all together in one photo. I think a total of three plants survived the summer.

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    "Fagiolo Cosaruciaru Di Sicili" True bush in growth. Sort of like an Italian soldier bean. From the Rare Vegetable Seed Consortium in 2015.

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    Russ have you ever added up how many different varieties you have in your fabulous collection?

    Annette
     

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