Growing Beans and Peas in Wisconsin: A Guide for Fresh-Market Growers

Delahaut, K.A., A.C. Newenhouse. 1997. Growing Beans and Peas in Wisconsin: A Guide for Fresh-Market Growers. University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension. Accessed at: <http://rusk.uwex.edu/files/2013/01/Growing-Beans-and-Peas-in-WI-A3685.pdf>

Growing Beans and Peas in Wisconsin: A Guide for Fresh-market Growers was produced by the University of Wisconsin Extension and written by A.C. Newenhouse, current Senior Scientist in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, and Karen Delahaut, who was a horticulture outreach specialist for the Integrated Pest Management program. This publication describes how to grow and harvest snap beans, lima beans, and garden peas. It covers plant description, site and cultivar selection, planting, soil, nutrient and pest management, irrigation, postharvest management, and environmental disorders for the above crops. Additional resources are provided at the end.

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