How to Grow Beans and Peas Planting and Growing Organic Green Beans Sugar Snap Peas and Heirloom Dry Beans and Peas
How to Grow Beans and Peas: Planting and Growing Organic Green Beans, Sugar Snap Peas, and Heirloom Dry Beans and Peas by R.J. Ruppenthal
English | 2013 | IASIN: B00AGAZL12 | 56 pages | MOBI | 1,4 MB
Recommended Organic Gardening Book for 2013. Beans, peas, and other edible legumes are important foods for people all around the world, providing an affordable, abundant, and nutritionally dense source of protein.
Dry beans and peas can be stored for many months past the harvest and cooked into a delicious and filling main dish, earning them the nickname "vegetarian meat". Green beans, Snow Peas, and Sugar Snap Peas, the immature pods of the bean and pea plants, can be eaten raw or cooked as tasty and nutritious green vegetables.
Grow Your Own Beans and Peas
However you like to eat beans and peas, they are very simple to grow in an organic garden. This short book will walk you through the process of how to grow beans and peas. You will learn the differences between pole beans and bush beans, how to choose the right bean varieties for your climate and region, and how to obtain the freshest organic bean and pea seeds. You will learn how to plant beans and care for the plants, including proper soil and fertilization, watering, combating diseases and pests, and trellising of pole beans. Finally, we will discuss how to harvest your beans and store them properly.