Produce High-Yield Bean Plants with Natural Bean Fertilizer

Beans will flourish with all natural liquid organic bean fertilizer. You will have beans coming out of your ears and you will not have polluted the water supply in the process. All Natural is the cost effective, environmentally-friendly way to go.

Annual leguminous crops such as green beans and soybeans respond to light pre-plant soil and foliar applications of all natural liquid organic bean fertilizer. Beans may not respond to additions of nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P) and potassium (K), especially under the right soil conditions. Beans are able to modify their own root environment to maximize nutrient uptake, especially when the soil pH is 6.0-6.5 and microbes are active in the soil. In addition to these facts, legumes respond to low soil N levels by increasing root nodulation. Symbiotic bacteria in the nodules fix N from the atmosphere so increased nodulation supplies the N necessary for bean plant growth and development. Make sure that the soil has been inoculated with the correct Rhizobuim bacteria to maximize nitrogen fixation. Under most soil conditions a pre-plant application of All Natural Liquid Organic Fertilizer 4-3-3 in combination with one or two foliar applications of either 4-3-3 Natural Fertilizer OR Natural Kelp and Sulfate of Potash 0-0-8 are an adequate supplement. A banded application of Natural Liquid Bonemeal 0-12-0 and All Natural Fertilizer 4-3-3 may be beneficial on cold wet soils or soil that is low in N, P, or K. Foliar applications:

1) Apply 1-2 gallons/acre of Natural Organic Fertilizer 4-3-3 mixed with 30-75 gallons of water as a fine mist with enough solution to thoroughly cover leaves (increase spray volume as bean crop develops to ensure thorough coverage). If sufficient nitrogen is present (indicated by dark green leaves), then substitute 1-2 quarts of Natural Liquid Kelp and Sulfate of Potash 0-0-8 mixed with 25-50 gallons of water. Apply first application when plants are 3-5” in height.

2) Repeat application 2 to 3 weeks before first bloom when tiny hairs on the terminal leaves give plants a shins appearance.

3) On fresh market green beans a third application before the second flush of blooms stimulates the development of pods miring late summer and early fall.

Rates vary according to soil fertility and other inputs used. Lower dilution rates are more effective than higher dilution rates. Two or three lighter applications can be more effective than one heavy application. If other constraints only allow one trip over the field, then do not exceed a 3% dilution rate (3 gallons of All Natural Bean Fertilizer to 100 gallons of water).

The addition of a biodegradable surfactant increases uptake by increasing adhesion to the leaf surface. Apply Liquid Bean Fertilizer in early morning or late evening. Do not apply before or after rainfall or irrigation. On standard field sprayers use turbo flood jet nozzles when applying All Natural Liquid Organic Bean Fertilizer to reduce clogging.

To reduce susceptibility to attack of insect and disease causing organisms apply 1 gallon of Natural Liquid Organic Fertilizer 4-3-3/acre when signs of infestation begin to become apparent. Substitute 2 quarts of Natural Liquid Kelp and Sulfate of Potash 0-0-8 for the Natural Fertilizer 4-3-3 late in the season when the additional nitrogen and phosphorus are not needed or when sufficient nitrogen is present. Some growers are finding that All Natural Liquid Organic Bean Fertilizer applications alone eliminate the need for pesticide applications when they are applied at the same times as pesticides.

All Natural Liquid Organic Bean Fertilizer added to the spray tank reduces the pesticide needed to obtain effective control by 1/3 to 1/2.

Soil applications:

Mix 3 gallons of Natural Liquid Organic Fertilizer 4-3-3 in 20-30 gallons of water. Apply solution to one acre (apply spring and fall if soil is hard and low in organic matter) otherwise one pre-plant application is sufficient.

Note: For specific information relating to pastures, please go to our pasture fertilizer page.

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