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Old September 30, 2020   #1
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Location: California Central Valley
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Default pole beans for hot climate

Hot as in 100F today, though it's usually high 80s to mid 90s! Occasional heat waves to 107F. No rain from May to Sept-Oct. Cooler nights in the 50s-60s.

Red Noodle types (oriental long beans) do well. Meeks Running is doing well.
Rattlesnake is giving me a bean a week, as is Fortex Cross.

I'd like to plant a big variety of pole beans, for snap beans and some dry beans.
What else can I try that will be productive and tasty?
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