They are capable of converting atmospheric nitrogen into nitrogen that can be used by plants. They make the soil better.
Unless you're trying to grow a real life Giant Beanstalk, you're definitely not going to take that long for a bean plant. Most bean plants only take about two months from planting to produce fully mature beans.
The name of a science experiment is generally a short phrase summarizing what you did in an experiment. For instance, if I tested how temperature affects bean germination, my title might be "The Effects of Temperature on Bean Germination."
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"Under ideal conditions, pulse crops can fix as much as 50-80 per cent of their total nitrogen requirement, with the remaining nitrogen coming from soil or fertilizer sources. Pulse crops can be ranked according to their estimated ability to fix nitrogen: faba bean > pea > chickling vetch > chickpea > lentil > soybean > lupin> dry bean." I looked up pulses "nitrogen fixing" in Google to find that site).
James Elias Webster has written: 'Nitrogen metabolism in the soy bean ..' -- subject(s): Metabolism, Nitrogen, Plants, Soybean
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Microbes can help pea and bean plants by giving them important nutrients needed for healthy growth. For example, there are microbes that can add nitrogen, which is essential to plant growth.
All the bean family -the legumes- have symbiotic bacteria that live in nodules in the roots. These bacteria have the ability to take nitrogen out of the air and convert it into nitrogen chemicals that the plants can use - they are called nitrogen fixing bacteria-. Legumes therefore do not need added fertilizers to flourish.
Blend the softened butter and confectioners' sugar with an electric mixer to create a smooth frosting. If you prefer not to use a vanilla bean, increase the extract to 1 1/2 teaspoons
Some varieties of green beans have tendrils that run along and climb, so farmers put slender stakes in the ground for them to climb on and grow. Hence the phrase, Skinny as a bean pole.
the leaves of all legumes are very valuable in compost since they are high in nitrogen and will greatly increase the fertility of the compost
Virtually anything in the Legume(pea and bean) family will produce nitrogen as these form nodules with Rhizobacteria which convert N2 gas to nitrate. You can plant vetch, soybeans, dry bean plants, pea plants, and any other plant that is a Legume. You can also apply Nitrogen fertilizer as well and Nitrates will be made as it ozidizes.
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Rhizobia bacteria are primarily responsible for pulling nitrogen out of the air and making it available to plants, which then use the nitrogen to create proteins. The legume family (the pea & bean family) of plants are able to form a mutually beneficial relationship with rhizobia bacteria.