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54 days. A tour de force in our bean trials, Wyatt took charge with robust, uniform plants in deep, emerald green. Early harvests of 5–6½ inches long, tender beans match the intense green of the plant’s foliage and are juicy and crisp with an outstanding, fresh bean flavor. We found its field-holding ability outstanding. The beans remained slender, stringless, and in prime eating condition when other varieties became fibrous and seedy. White seeds; 115 per ounce. HR: BB, BBS, BMV, CTM, HB
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Customer Reviews

Based on 12 reviews
Try these if you'd had trouble growing green beans

I live at 5000 feet on the Front Range of Colorado and have had trouble in some years getting good green bean germination and yields. Not this year! I tried Wyatt for the first time and it will definitely become a regular in my garden. Great germination and now, in late July, they are so productive that I'm picking twice a day to keep up with them. Beautiful, disease-free, and delicious. Getting the pressure canner ready!

Its all true!

We live @ 5128 ft. elevation in central Montana windy semi-arid these beans did FABULOUS in every way ,everything other reviewers said and like 1 person said I plant some in my flower beds they look great there too, taste great & process great. Not one negative thing to say ....ordering more! And they produce LOTS of beans & if you live in an area where a frost can happen any month of the year these are easy to cover.

A new favorite bush bean

I grew Wyatts in half-barrel containers and they thrived. Love the flavor and texture-crisp and no squeaks against teeth when cooked (if that makes sense). Definitely growing these again.

Pamela A.B.
Excellent bush bean

I planted these beans in a raised bed in west-central MN in early June. Their germination rate was probably 95% and I did a second planting of the few that didn't germinate so had 100%. All plants grew uniformly and produced beautiful beans. We enjoy pickling some of our green beans and this variety produced plenty of long slender beans. The remainder of our beans we blanch and freeze to eat all winter and until next year's crop of fresh beans. These froze nicely. I grew three rows in a 4'x8' raised bed and harvested excellent beans for 4-6 weeks before the plants stopped producing. The beans never got stringy or woody although I did harvest almost daily so they didn't have time to get too large. Two growing notes - we live in a very windy area and the plants weathered the winds nicely. While they did lean from the wind and the occasional branch was broken off, they suffered minimally. I was pleasantly surprised. Also, we had a very hot spell of two-three weeks in mid-July with daytime temps around 90 and nights in the high 60s - hot for us. While some of my vegetables suffered, these beans did not. I did water daily but that's because they are in raised beds and dry out quickly. I will order these again next year.

Soil Temp for Germ 60–85°F
Seed Depth 1"
Seed Spacing 2–4"
Days to Emergence 8–16
Thin Plants to 4"
Row Spacing 18–36"
Fertilizer Needs Low
Minimum Germination 80%
Seeds per Ounce Listed per variety
Seed Life 2–3 years

Rich and flavorful beans are fiber-packed veggies that promote digestive health and are excellent sources of antioxidants that scavenge free radicals in the body. They are also nitrogen-fixing legumes; beans gather nitrogen from the air and load it into the soil to feed future crops.

Days to maturity are calculated from date of direct seeding.

• Beans are shallow rooted and can require up to 1/4 inch of water a day during hot weather
• Optimum soil pH is 5.5-6.5, mildly acidic
• Apply 1 cup of TSC's Complete fertilizer per 10 row feet, and 1 inch of compost

Direct Sowing
• One ounce of seed plants 12-15 row feet, 1/2 pound for 100 row feet
• Grow Pole, Runner, and Yard Long beans on trellises

Insects & Diseases
• Common insects: Mexican bean beetles, bean weevils, cucumber beetles, spider mites
• Insect control: Pyrethrin
• Common diseases: See chart below
• Disease prevention: Avoid wetting the foliage, remove plants at the end of the year, 3-4 year crop rotation

Harvest & Storage
• Ready for harvest about 2 weeks after bloom
• Pick when pods are nearly full size and seeds are still small
• Harvest every 3-5 days to increase yields
• Store at 40-45°F and 95% relative humidity

HR indicates high resistance.
IR indicates intermediate resistance.
A* | Anthracnose
BB | Bacterial Blight
BBS | Bacterial Brown Spot
BLS | Bacterial Leaf Spot
BMV | Bean Mosaic Virus
CTM | Curly Top Beet Mosaic Virus
DM | Downy Mildew
HB | Halo Blight
PM | Powdery Mildew
PMV | Pod Mottle Virus
R | Common Rust
* Numbers indicate specific disease race.

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