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Old April 13, 2015   #15
FarmerShawn
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At market, a week or two jump on the season can mean a significant dollar advantage. I start some in soil blocks, which transplant extremely easily.
But here in northern Vermont, if it weren't for market considerations, planting out around June 1 works just fine, and produces plenty of beans for home use and preservation.
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