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- Location: central california, Sunset zone 14
I tried Rattlesnake. It did worse than Fortex Cross, which barely produced a handful. Meeks Running was ok. Red Noodle was spectacular, but my green-bean-loving partner won't eat them. I'm planning to try planting very early varieties, and planting them early.
Anyone else from a hot (90F+) summer area have success with a snap pole bean?
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- Location: Mass, 6b
I can’t comment if it will do well in your area but I can recommend Kentucky Wonder pole beans.
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- Location: Southeast Kansas
Blue Marbutt did exceptionally well here in the heat. Fatman and North Carolina Long Greasy weren't far behind.
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- Location: Middle Georgia USA
In my area hot and humid... cherokee trail of tears usually does well.
Beans and hibiscus.
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I believe Fortex Cross (unstable) is Blue Marbut X Fortex. If Darrel is around, he will likely respond. I didn't list Fortex Cross in the MMMM Beans thread. I have several selections, but it is all old seed (2013 and 2014).
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