- Oct 15, 2017
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- mid-Michigan, USoA
I wish my soybeans were big enough to need supports!! Everything is so huge in your garden! Lucky!
I've had a problem with fungus in our warm very humid climate. It's like damping off. The stem right at the soil line dies so the plant dies. It turns dark and woody. I treat the soil when planting with a fungicide with the active ingredient Trichoderma harzianum strain T-22. It's a biological, pretty expensive and I can only find it in relatively large quantities, at least as far as my needs.
What's that in the back, @Bluejay77 ? Have you been flirting with tomatoes??? In plain sight of the beans??? Ohhh, the betrayal! No wonder the beans are turning yellow - they're jealous.The Backyard Bean Nursery is more advanced in the varieties seed development than last year. The plot is beginning to show some color change.