STRIKE Bean Seeds(Bush)
Up to 70 days. The strike green bean is a popular variety of bean, due to its high and productive yield. Strike beans can be harvested as soon as fifty days after being planted. This is a bush type plant, so it doesn't need a support or pole to grow on. Stringless, smooth bean pods average 5-6" in length, and are medium green in color. A concentrated set makes for easy picking. Excellent yield potential. Strike is known for its concentrated pod set which allows for heavy harvests that are ideal for processing or freezing.
SOW INDOORS: April-May, singly in clean pots or modules of compost 2in (5cm) deep. Water well. Keep warm.
SOW OUTDOORS: May-June, direct into the required harvest position, 2in (5cm) deep, 4in (10cm) apart in rows 10in (25cm) apart. Keep soil moist at all times.
PLANT OUT: Indoor raised crops May-June 6in (15cm) apart after the risk of frost has passed in rows 10in (25cm) apart.
Pick young beans regularly for best flavor.