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Snap Bean Spacing For Increased Yield

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Title: Snap Bean Spacing For Increased Yield
Author: Collin, G.H.; Mucalov, M.
Abstract: Plant stand and yield were surveyed by collecting, at random, samples immediately before harvest in commercial fields. Best yield was harvested from a stand of 9 plants per foot row when snap beans were planted in rows spaced 38 inches apart. Spacing rows closer allowed an increase in yield. The planting of snap beans spaced 6 inches apart provided a very large yield increase.
Date: 1972
Rights: © Queen’s Printer for Ontario, 1972. Reproduced with permission. Not to be used for commercial gain.
Rights Holder: Ontario Ministry of Agriculture and Food
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