Sweet corn and dwarf beans in greenhouse

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Re: Sweet corn and dwarf beans in greenhouse
« Reply #15 on: August 04, 2012, 09:36 »
Running your hand over the top male flower and then the tassels does help pollination of sweetcorn considerably.

In the enclosed environment you need to take control!!  :lol: :lol:

Certainly should be warm enough for them to grow well, and you can control the watering too

French beans however are excellent under cover. I grew some this year in large pots early in the greenhouse at home and they were very successful.

Last year I had some the climbed up my tomato plants, which needed some careful watering, but they cropped well. They were a yellow podded bean from Spain
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