Cherokee Trail of Tears Beans are heavy yields of 6" snap beans or if desired dried shiny black beans. 85 Days to harvest. Typically produces all summer as long as continually picked. A delicious bean and heavy yielder. ( Phaseolus Vulgaris)
Cherokee Trail of Tears Pole Bean is thought to have been carried along the Trail of Tears during the 1838-39 forced relocation of the Cherokee people from their native territory in the southeastern US.
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Before Planting: Beans prefer full sun, at least 6-8 hours a day. The soil temperature should be above 60°F before planting for best germination rates, and they do best with soil temperatures in the 70-80°F range. Beans don’t need the best soil conditions to thrive as they are often used to improve soil conditions because they will fix nitrogen in the soil.
Choose between 25-200 SEEDS
Planting: plant the seeds about1-2" inches deep, The rows should be 2 ft apart.
Watering: Do not let the soil get dry while the beans are blooming or the blooms will drop and yields will be decreased.
Fertilizer: After the plants begin to flower and set beans, apply 1/2 cup of general purpose fertilizer for every 10 feet of row.
Days to Maturity: 60-75 days
Harvesting: Beans should be picked while the pods still snap, and the beans have not filled the pod out completely.
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