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Why don’t the first flowers on broad beans set and produce beans. Last year it was weeks before the first beans appeared and the same thing is happening this year. the bees are still visiting the basil flowers

  • carol o'shea asked 1 year ago
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Hi Carol, It can be a variety of reasons, often the first sets do not produce and at this time of the year the soil can be a little too wet, the plant often wants to get itself established first begore reproducing. Not a lot you can do, you have flowering plants nearby to attract the bees apart from this try to keep the plan t healthy, try the Kolush Manukau mulch and seaweed we are getting some really good feedback from this product.

Thanks the Palmers Team

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