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Harvester Bean
'Harvester' bush green beans.
Harvester Bean
Item Id: 3031061

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53 days — Developed as a mechanical harvesting type, these same attributes make it an excellent choice for home garden production as well. The pods are straight, round in cross section, five to six inches in length, medium-green in color, tender, smooth and stringless. The plants are tall (reaching over twenty inches) and set the pods high for easy picking.

This is one of our home garden favorites because they seem to remain stringless longer than other varieties and have a nice, old-fashioned "beany" flavor. Instead of boiling, try steaming them after snapping the ends, removing from the heat while they are still slightly brittle, and add a liberal pat of butter while they are still hot, thoroughly mixing to coat them all.

Developed and introduced by the Asgrow Seed Company, New Haven, Connecticut in 1957. It is resistant to common and NY bean virus. Each ounce is approximately 90 seeds.
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