Bulk Phaseolus Coccineus seeds are an exotic fruit native to the rainforests of Peru and Bolivia. These succulents, at one time popular for their ability to produce fruits high in antioxidants and flavor, are now more popular for their ability to be used as a food crop. The plants were originally grown for their edible fruit in the rainforests. Now, they are commonly grown for their foliage and roots for ornamental purposes.
The main difference between this crop and other types of crops is its high fiber content. It has about double the amount of fiber per inch of the actual plant. This makes it a very easy crop to grow because it does not need that much care. It does, however, require a good deal of attention.
The first thing you need to know about growing this plant is that it prefers wet soil that is full of nutrients. If you do not have a very good soil environment, you can buy bags of sterile soil from most garden centers or hardware stores. This will be your feeding source. If you grow the beans in your garden already, make sure that they get enough to feed each day. The beans will need about six to eight ounces of feed per pound of plant. Other than that, the only other thing you need to worry about is watering.
The main problem with this plant is that it does not like to have its soil damp. In fact, it loves to have very dry soil because it is less likely to germinate. The reason for that is that the high-fiber content in its leaves means that the plant will develop small holes on the underside of its leaves to absorb water. If the beans are left to dry out too much, they will not have enough water to grow.
To avoid that, keep the plants at about 60 degrees Fahrenheit and let them dry out between waterings. You can place them in baskets on shelves, hang them from trees, or attach them to pots. This will give them plenty of space to grow without trampling each other. If you are just starting with your first batch of beans, then you will probably want to keep the plant in a window box or hanging on the door so it does not get damaged by wind or by rain.
It's not a bad idea to put a cover over the container once a month too. That way, the plant does not have to struggle to stay dry. You might also consider moving your planting area a bit to increase the exposure to direct sunlight. Over time, you should be able to move the bean plants anywhere you like, but they should be in a partially shade environment so they do not dry out as quickly.
Keep the growing area clean. Make sure to remove any weeds and dead flowers and re-pot the plant after each watering. The goal is to create a healthy environment for your beans to grow in. Remember, your goal is to produce the highest quality beans you can possibly get.
Now you need to harvest your beans. Harvest them before the beans turn brown. The color of bulk phaseolus varies, depending on what variety you are growing. When harvesting, make sure you don't push the plant too hard; it will be much easier to cut off the top of the bean pod when it is brown instead of when it is still green.
Now you need to clean up the soil. Your plant should be completely covered with fertile soil. If you are growing a hybrid, you will need to use high quality soil in order for your plants to grow properly. You can either use sandy soil or even compost if you are trying to conserve what little organic matter you have. If you are growing seeds, you will want to be sure that you use sterile compost.
Make sure to water your plants very well. Do not over water, however, because that can cause the plant to become drown in water. When the weather starts to get hot, you need to move your plants inside. If you do not move the bulk phaseolus to a cool area, the roots could dry out. Once the summer season rolls around, you can re-introduce your plant to its outdoor environment.
If you have not had your bulk phaseolus for a while, there should be no visible signs of the bean growing on the surface. The beans should be hard and dry outside. They will start to blossom at the beginning of July, so you need to be ready.