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PostPosted: Fri Jul 09, 2004 4:08 am 
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Location: FT Worth.TX
I have a great stand of Kentucky Wonder Pole Beans but they will not stop growing and start blooms.I started with a 5 foot chicken wire fence all along the row,then had to raise it to6 feet .I am now at 8 feet and there is no end in sight.Just as a test I set two 12 foot high poles beside two different plants,they have run out of pole and now are reaching up for my electric wires going to my house.
When does it stop and I get beans or am I doomed to have them take over my whole garden?


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PostPosted: Fri Jul 09, 2004 9:01 pm 
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Location: parker county, texas
It sounds like your soil may be a bit too high in nitrogen, or low in P and K. Try adding some bonemeal or coffee grounds to the soil and work it in lightly on the surface. My beans are growing like crazy, but are loaded with beans too.


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