How much does a green bean grow in 4 days?
The bean will need 1 cup of water, per day to grow properly, unless it rains a lot, then less. But if it's a full moon, they don't need water on those days. After the bean sprout starts to grow, if you use an eye dropper and drip one droplet the sprout every 30 seconds for two weeks straight, then a bean stalk will grow out of it.
Yes. It will loosen the shell on the bean and give the bean life. If you soak them for 3 - 4 days, the red kidney bean will sprout without having to plant it in soil, but if you soak a red kidney bean just overnight and then plant it in soil, the bean will be much more likely to grow by a great deal.
They grow in a pod. I grow Anasazi beans every year, a type of ancient pinto bean. They look just like a green bean . . . and I let the beans dry in the pod, keeping a close eye on them, since they will drop their beans from the pod after a while. I harvest them and finish drying them on sheets of newspaper or paper towels. Easy to grow, and much better than…
A lima bean it green and a little flat. A butter bean is also flat, but much larger--often 1.5 inches long. Before cooking, the "butter bean" (as it is known in the Southern U.S. and some other places) is white or creamy colored. After cooking, it is usually a tan to light brown colored. Lima beans usually have a somewhat tart taste, while butter beans are much milder and sweeter.
Because the plant is green, we know that its main color receptors are chlorophyll a and b. These absorb mostly red and blue light, and absorb green the least. If only exposed to green light, the plant will not grow as much as if it were exposed to a full spectrum of colors, or as much as if it were exposed to red or blue light.
Generally, plants do not grow well in green light as the green portion of white light is reflected (this is why plants appear green), if a plant was subject to only green light it wouldn't take in as much light energy because it would be reflected, therefore, photosynthesis would not be carried out as efficiently as a plant subjected to white light.
Between 12 to 20 plants, although it depends a great deal on how much you will like using them and on how well they will grow in your area. If you have salty water, plant more as beans are very sensitive to it and will not produce much at all. This also depends on what type of bean plant bush or pole. if bush 12 to 20 would be good. if pole 4 to 6…
ok they grow so much better in paper towels if you plant them in soil you could put too much water in and they dont even grow they get squishy and moldy if youput them in a wet paper towel then its better! i did this for my experiment and th wet paper towel thingy grew better! hope this rlly helped!