Green sand is a mixture of sand with bentonite clay, pulverized coal, and water used in metal casting. It is not necessarily green in color, but is called green because it is used while wet, like the "green wood" sometimes used by wood turners.
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Yes, in fact, if your dog is overweight, vets often recommend mixing them in their food to help them loose weight.
Fresh green beans and fresh baby carrots are great treats for dogs instead of packaged dog treats. Be sure that they are uses in moderation, though, and are not the sole source of food.
he typical serving size is 1/2 cup. Some people will have more, some less. Assuming 1/2 c is average, and considering that there are 16 cups in a gallon (two in a pint, 4 in a quart, 8 in a half gallon and 16 in a full gallon), each gallon of green beans will yield 32 servings. Therefore, 4 gallons of green beans will be enough for about 128 people and should be fine, especially if you are serving other sides. If you think they will eat more green beans than average then 5 gallons will feed 160.
28 pounds of green beans is in a bushel excluding the container they are in!
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Suggestion: Put them in the last 20 min. I put them in once too long and they didn't come out right.
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It takes about 8 mn. The color of the bean becomes bright green, it is then cooked "al dente"
i think you mean lbs. are you serving it as a side?
if so, its a question of simple math;
3 oz. portion for each person x 200 people = 800 oz.
add 100 oz to be safe. that's 900 oz.
900 / 16= 56.25 lbs.
If you are using it as one of 3 veg (which is common), then it should suffice for 8-10 people..
it has leaves and is green n stuff. beans come off it.
If beans are all in nice shape and you don't have to shell them, you can usually get around 24 quarts pack tightly....from a full bushel.
It depends on what area you live in, but, here, in Ohio you can buy a bushel of green beans during the summer for around 25.00. A bushel of green beans will yield about 18 quarts of canned green beans.
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The typical serving size is 1/2 cup. Some people will have more, some less. Assuming 1/2 c is average, and considering that there are 16 cups in a gallon (two in a pint, 4 in a quart, 8 in a half gallon and 16 in a full gallon), each gallon of green beans will yield 32 servings. Therefore, 3 gallons of green beans will be enough for about 96 people and should be fine, especially if you are serving other sides.
Green beans are heat-loving plants, so don't plant them until the soil has warmed up in the spring. They may sprout in cooler weather, but the plants will look yellow and stunted until it warms up.
First till up the spot where you plant them. When you are ready to plant them put the beans in water to soak for about 15 to 30 minutes to soften up the outer shell to make it easier for the bean to sprout.
Make a trench in the soil no more then an inch deep, then place the beans in the trench with about a 6-inch space in between.
Then lightly cover up the beans, do not pack the soil. Lightly water them every couple of days and in about a week you'll start to see sprouts popping through.
Tip: You may want to inoculate the beans with Rhizobia bacteria before planting them, especially if you're planting them in a sterile potting soil. Rhizobia form symbiotic colonies on the roots of beans and legumes, enabling the plants to pull nitrogen out of the atmosphere to fuel their growth. Even when Rhizobia are present in the soil, inoculating beans at planting can increase yields as much as 20%. Purchase inoculant from a garden supply store, place 1 tsp of the black powder in a jar lid, and dump moistened or soaked beans into the lid. Shake the lid around to coat the seeds with the powder, then plant as described above.
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Another variation: Funyuns, those snack onion rings.
Approximately 1 3/4 cups
The most common black bean variety for home growing is the Black Turtle Bean, which is a bush bean variety.
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If its rabbits,yes the mixed pepper will work. Also try human hair and blood meal.
no it is not a vegetable because it has seeds, if it was a vegetable it would not have any seeds ex. potato it is a fruit because it has seeds ex. tomato, olives
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