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Provide support on exposed sites prior to the plants reaching 12 inches. Sow in double rows 7cm 2in. The double rows should be spaced 23cm 9in. Deep, 23cm 9in. Harvest the beans when the pods are well fat and the seed still soft.
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Sow from early autumn to late winter in an open sunny site preferably on ground which has been manured for a previous crop. Harvest the beans when the pods are well fat and the seed still soft. Sow in double rows 7cm 2in. Keep free of weeds. The double rows should be spaced 23cm 9in. Deep, 23cm 9in.
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Protect from mice and slugs. Prolific numbers of pods are well-filled with tender white beans: pick young for the best flavour.
Broad beans 'fix' nitrogen from the air, so cut spent plants off at ground level and leave roots to rot back into the ground to release nitrogen for next year's crops.
If growing over winter, cover plants with a cloche during the very worst weather to prevent damage. The hardiest of all broad beans, this is the best variety for planting in late autumn to grow through winter, producing crops a whole month earlier than spring-sown varieties. It can also be sown in early spring for a summer crop.
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