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Seed Germination: Purple Hyacinth Bean collection

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bevoreno
Reno, NV

October 22, 2009
11:02 PM

Post #7198308

Can anyone out there help me with some advice on how to harvest Purple Hyacinth Bean? I have some pods developing, just don't know if I should let them dry on the plant, or what?

Thank you for anyone's time!
Pagancat
(Sheryl) Gainesboro, TN
(Zone 6b)

October 22, 2009
11:23 PM

Post #7198387

Are you going to eat them or start new plants? For eating, you want to pull the pods off when you can feel the beans inside them. Otherwise, I'd let them dry on the vine.

HTH!
bevoreno
Reno, NV

October 23, 2009
3:13 AM

Post #7199302

Nope, wasn't going to eat them- so you've answered my question and I'm very appreciative! I wanted to grow some more next season, so I'll let them dry on the vine. Regards!
Pagancat
(Sheryl) Gainesboro, TN
(Zone 6b)

October 23, 2009
12:41 PM

Post #7199923

Best of luck.

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