Does a bean plant produces seeds in long pods?
Does bean plant produces seeds in long pods
no, but if they are planted then they are
Anytime of the Year, inside or outside as long as its not winter
They can form and grow in about a week on a well watered, mature bean plant in full sun.
Long beans disperse their seeds by explosive mechanism.
The seeds form in a long bean. When the bean breaks open the seed fall out. Some are eaten by birds and carried away to be dropped in the bird dropping.
about 40 days depending on type of bean plant and if you mean producing beans as maturity
Vanilla extract, as it sounds, is the vanilla flavor extracted from the vanilla bean. The bean is a long, brown bean which is sliced lengthwise (picture slicing a green bean) and exposing many, many small black seeds. These seeds are what give the vanilla flavor. If one has ever eaten a higher quality vanilla cake and noticed black seeds in the cake, these are the seeds from the vanilla bean.
a bean plant grows around 4 to 7 feet
A bean plant can grow up to 14 or so feet. You will have to use a trellis or other item so the plant can grow up. The trellis does not have to be as high as the actual plant.
Each variety of bean plant matures at a different rate. However that average would be somewhere around 58 days.
About two weeks.
between 55-60 days.
about 4 months
The African locust bean plant has been used by indigenous healers for a long time. One study showed that an extract from the plant had properties similar to the antibiotic streptomycin.
it takes about 5 to 6 weeks if it doesn't have the beans ready then you did something wrong
The swan plant, or milkweed (Asclepias syriaca), produces a long taproot which goes over a foot into the soil. If the plant is pulled up, the taproot is broken and will produce another plant. In addition, the roots grow laterally, and can send up new plants. The juice of the swan plant is quite bitter, so it is generally avoided by plant-eating animals. The flowers are quite attractive to many insects, however, which helps in… Read More
It has suckers which enable it to take nourishment from the stems of its host plant. It spreads very fast and grows in dense clusters. It produces seeds which remain viable for a long period of time. Hope this helps!!
Green beans, string beans or snap beans are the unripe fruit and protective pods of various cultivars of the common bean. Technically beans are neither fruit nor a vegetable. Beans are classified as legumes, a type of plant that produces edible fruits and seeds. The long thin pod is the fruit of the legume while the small round ball inside is the seed.
No, moss can not produce seeds. True moss produces a bunch of teeny-tiny pods (Opercula) on top of long stalks. When the pods mature and get dry, they open, letting the spores inside drop to the ground where they can grow. Spores are not the same as seeds.
Yes it does produce seeds. It takes a long time to get the seeds to start a plant large enough for flowers.
4months to grow and only grown in the summer
No, you can plant the seeds in any order, just as long as they're the right seeds.
The order of the seeds you plant doesn't matter, just as long as you have all the correct seeds.
long green grass that has seeds on the end of them
about 1 to 2 years
It is a "Stolon"
No, the order of the seeds does not matter, just as long as you have the correct seed combination and the seeds grow into the correct color of flower.
About 10 to 15 days on average but this depends on a lot of factors such as temperature,climate,sunlight, and moisture.
This depends on the variety of green bean. Most can be planted directly in the soil about one inch deep. Separate the seeds 4 to 6 inches apart in a row and keep rows about two feet away. If you have a larger variety you may want to thin the plants to 12 inches (or more) apart. Seed germination varies with temperature, soil, and moisture content. If keep moist - the plant will be visible… Read More
it takes about 90 to 120 days for beans to grow to largest size.
The sun can effect the plant by staying in the sun for to long and if you dnt water it enough < 3
as long as i remember it was the carpel?! It is actually the pistol
It depends wat u plant, if its something for a moshling then it will b 6 hours for the plant to grow, if u don't then it will take how ever long it is for u to plant the rite seeds.
If you had a bag of a plant's seeds how could you find out whether the plant is a long-day or a short-day plant?
By planting the seeds and observing daily periodicity of light till it flowers again.
Yes, they will germinate if they are fully developed to about 6-8 millimeters long.
To sow (long O) is to plant seeds. A sow (short O) is a female pig.
Plant pumpkin seeds in the spring after the threat of a frost (below 32 degrees F.) has past. Give them lots of room because the vines grow very long!
depends on how you treat it or if it is getting good soil or enough water and gases
No, the order of the seeds doesn't matter, just as long as you have the correct combination and they grow into the correct color of flower.
The order of the seeds does not matter as long as you have the right seeds. The seeds may not grow into the color of flowers that you need. Then you dig up the one that is not the right color and plant that same seed again until you get the color you need.
A Venus Flytrap flowers every Spring. It produces seeds after three to five years.
You use the hoe to dig a long trench in which we will plant our seeds in a row.
It's the container where the beans develop on the plant. It's usually a long tube sometimes flat, sometime round.
If the animal ingests the seed then in the feces the seed has a fertilizer to start life with. Seeds ingested or stuck to animal hair can be dispersed long distances from the plant which increases the range and survivability of the plant.
the fruit is eaten by animals -> they crap out the seeds eventually after walking a long distance -> the plant spreads without having to compete with their own kind
Seeds can be spread a long distance away from the parent plant by the wind, water, or even animals. A plant that reproduced by rhizomes or the like, would only be able to spread a very short distance from the parent plant, and therefore have limited dispersion and be more or less stuck where it is.
You can plant seeds anywhere, as long as the block you are planting it on is tilled soil. To make the growing process faster having water at 8 blocks or less distance at the same height will irrigate the block.
An annual completes its life cycle in one year, from seed to flowering, back to new seed. A biennial has a two year life cycle. The first year it grows from seed and produces foliage. The second year, it flowers, produces seeds, and dies. Perennials are plants that have long lives, varying from a few years to more than 100. They come back every year from the original plant.
The cayenne plant produces long red peppers and grows to a height of 2-6 ft (0.5-2 m).