Questions tagged: Beans

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S AU
Answer: Beans need warm temperatures for good germination. Don’t be tempted to plant them too early. The seeds are capable of absorbing quite a lot of wate...
Answered: 03:11PM, 20 Oct 2009
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Jim
Answer: Dear Jim, It sounds like your beans are being attacked by spider mite. The product to use is Nature’s Way Mite & Insect Killer, Natrasoap...
Category: Pests
Tags: Beans, pest
Answered: 10:32AM, 18 Dec 2009
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mathew
Answer: Hi Mathew, I can offer no explanation for this other than the possibility of copper from the water or the cooking pot having some sort of chemical ...
Category: Vegetables & Herbs
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Answered: 07:50AM, 19 Jan 2010
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Michael
Answer: Hi Michael, very hard to say without seeing the actual bean leaves, but it doesnt sound like rust as this has happened so quickly. Perhaps taking a...
Category: Diseases
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Answered: 10:07AM, 20 Jan 2010
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nancy
Answer: hi Nancy, hard to see without knowing how old the bean plants actually are ie how close to maturity, which is 10 -12 weeks. if they are flowering ...
Category: Vegetables & Herbs
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Answered: 10:45AM, 05 Feb 2010
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Wayne
Answer: Hi Wayne, unless they are very old and over-mature beans, they should be green. Depending on the seed source, it is NOT likely that there may have...
Category: Vegetables & Herbs
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Answered: 01:34PM, 16 Mar 2010
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murray
Answer: Hi There, It sounds like a bean called a snake bean, we don’t have them as part of our product range you will need to contact a mail order co...
Category: Vegetables & Herbs
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Answered: 01:14PM, 18 May 2010
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PAM
Answer: Hi Pam, see yates.com.au for the full range of our french beans. they are stocked by all major hardware stores and most nurseries, as well as sele...
Category: Products
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Answered: 10:37AM, 23 Jul 2010
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Natalie
Answer: Hi There, It could be two different things that are causing your beens to be yellow. You may need to add some nutrients like some Thrive because th...
Category: Vegetables & Herbs
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Answered: 09:11AM, 25 Jul 2011
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Wilson
Answer: Hi Wilson, The scarlet runner beans are originally from the south American highlands and are best suited to cooler climates. You could try applying...
Category: Vegetables & Herbs
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Answered: 02:47PM, 31 Oct 2011
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Russell
Answer: Hi Russell, The slightly yellow leaves on the bean seedlings may indicate the need for some fertiliser. A gentle feed with Yates Uplift organic liq...
Category: Diseases
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Answered: 04:10PM, 08 Nov 2011
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Ellie
Answer: Hi Ellie, Congratulations on growing vegetables in such hot conditions. Beans are susceptible to angular leaf spot, rust, bacterial leaf spot and a...
Category: Vegetables & Herbs
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Answered: 10:56AM, 14 Nov 2011
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Roxanne
Answer: Hi Roxanne, I have attached an article on the bean fly from the QLD DPI showing the adult fly. It is normally a pest in warmer regions further nor...
Category: Vegetables & Herbs
Tags: disease, Beans
Answered: 12:49PM, 14 Dec 2011
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Lisa
Answer: Hi Lisa, If the snake beans are being eaten by caterpillars then Yates Success or Dipel can be used to control these pests. The active ingredient o...
Category: Pests
Answered: 11:15AM, 19 Dec 2011
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Russell
Answer: Hi Russell, Beans can be attacked by a number of bugs, but because the leaves are turning brown and shriveling up, it could be that your plants are...
Answered: 02:18PM, 24 Jan 2012
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Eric
Answer: Hi Eric, The soil might be high in nitrogen and therefore lush leaf growth will develop. It you increase the amount of potassium this will help pr...
Category: Vegetables & Herbs
Tags: Beans
Answered: 10:52AM, 31 Jan 2012
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Russell
Answer: Hi Russell, You can use sulphate of potash which will build up their strength or Thrive flower and fruit which has all the nutrients including pota...
Category: Vegetables & Herbs
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Answered: 07:44AM, 10 Aug 2012
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Russell
Answer: Hi Russell, Beans can be attacked by various leaf spot diseases including rust. This can be controlled by either Lime sulfur or Mancozeb Plus. Ta...
Category: Diseases
Tags: Beans, Rust
Answered: 01:01PM, 27 Aug 2012
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Andrew
Answer: Hi Andrew, If there are any curl grubs in the soil in the raised garden bed the only way to remove them is by digging them out by hand when you are...
Category: Vegetables & Herbs
Tags: thrips, Beans, Mites
Answered: 03:36PM, 17 Sep 2012
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Sue
Answer: Hi Sue, You might like to check that the soil is not too wet and the soil is draining well. The mulch that you have on top will work to hold the m...
Answered: 04:22PM, 14 Nov 2012
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Cyndi
Answer: The witholding period for beans when using Yates Leaf Curl Copper fungicide is 1 day.
Category: Diseases
Tags: Beans
Answered: 04:21PM, 04 Dec 2012
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Lloyd
Answer: Hi Lloyd, You do not need to pinch or prune the bean plants as they will produce flowers as long as there is sufficient sunlight, fertiliser and wa...
Category: Vegetables & Herbs
Tags: Beans
Answered: 04:21PM, 30 Dec 2013
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Maree
Answer: Hi Maree, Unfortunatley we do not have a product registered for bean fly. Sorry we couldn’t help at this time.
Category: Vegetables & Herbs
Tags: Beans
Answered: 01:27PM, 29 Oct 2014
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Cecilia
Answer: Hi There, For beans the witholding period is three days for your beans.
Category: Pests
Tags: Beans
Answered: 07:33AM, 07 Nov 2014
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Pam
Answer: Caterpillars are good at hiding so you might have missed them. You could try Nature’s Way Caterpillar Killer Dipel or Yates Pyrethrum will al...
Category: Pests
Answered: 04:37PM, 13 Mar 2015
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shirley
Answer: The most common cause of wilting is under and over watering. It is unfortunate that these opposites produce similar symptoms. If you have been wate...
Answered: 11:33AM, 24 Apr 2015
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teagan
Answer: Hi there, yes the heat would be causing part of this to happen, it looks like leaf scorch. Use a seaweed tonic to help build them up and try and wa...
Category: Vegetables & Herbs
Tags: Beans
Answered: 07:49AM, 25 Nov 2015
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Leonie
Answer: Hi Leonie, you are quite right they do fix there on nitrogen so that could be what you see on the roots, however its important that you have a clos...
Category: Diseases
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Answered: 04:02PM, 08 Dec 2015
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Allan
Answer: Beans are a great veggie to grow in a garden. Too much nitrogen can definitely result in a lot of green leafy growth and not much fruit production....
Answered: 05:47PM, 14 Dec 2015
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Alexander
Answer: Legumes are a great plant to grow because they form a symbiotic relationship with microorganisms which help the plant capture atmospheric nitrogen....
Category: Pests
Tags: roots, Beans
Answered: 08:38AM, 29 Dec 2015