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2019 Little Easy Bean Network - Come And Reawaken The Thrill Of Discovery

Discussion in 'Fruits & Vegetables' started by Bluejay77, Apr 12, 2019.

  1. Jul 23, 2019
    Bluejay77

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    I think what ridgerunner was saying that he got 25 different segregations form the crossed seeds that I had sent to him. That is very possible. I think he must have gotten at least 10 different outcrosses from me.
     
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  2. Jul 23, 2019
    Ridgerunner

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    Russ, I got four bags of outcrosses from you, the Will Bonsall #27, #32, #38, and #39. It seemed like almost every plant produced a different segregation. What an adventure!

    BeanQueen, you are right. Every bean on each individual plant was similar, each individual plant was its own segregation. Some of those segregations have been stable each time I planted them. Others seem to produce new segregations every time I plant them.
     
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  3. Jul 23, 2019
    BeanQueen

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    One very tall vine in Ugandan Bantu row has scarlet orange buds! IMG_20190723_165944905.jpg
     
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    BeanQueen

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    These are the dark fuchsia ones in Ugandan Bantu. Most of them are lighter pink (second pic) or white IMG_20190723_170102956.jpg IMG_20190723_170126209.jpg
     
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    BeanQueen

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    Snow Cap is one of the fastest pod-growers IMG_20190723_175409194.jpg
     
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    BeanQueen

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    Transplanted Magpie Outcross. All are showing new growth but this is the better looking one. There is hope! IMG_20190723_173720271.jpg
     
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    Eleanor

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    The variety "Pebble" is one that produces different pods and beans on the same plant.
     
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    BeanQueen

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    I think some of those stable mixes do that.
     
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  9. Jul 25, 2019
    BeanQueen

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    @Bluejay77 I am beginning to wonder if there is one oddball in the Ntingi section. I remarked one vined before the rest and it seems to be ahead of everyone in height and leaf size and also has some of the purple color to the stem that the rest do not have (like the Sweetwater outcrosses). It will be interesting to see whether or not it is a true Ntingi or if it is an outcross.
     
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  10. Jul 25, 2019
    flowerbug

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    hello and welcome back stranger, i hope your season is going well so far? :)
     

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