How to Grow Pinto Beans?

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Growing pinto beans is pretty easy. Make sure that you plant the seeds after the warning of a frost has passed, then sew them about 1.5-2 inches into the soil 4 inches apart from each other. Remember to only water sporadically, as beans don't like
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How to Grow Pinto Beans
Pinto beans, used as the main ingredient in refried beans for burritos and other Mexican foods, can be eaten as green beans if they are harvested young or as a dried bean. They can be grown successfully in the home garden. Called "frijol pinto" in... More »
Difficulty: Easy
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1. Plant pinto beans to a depth of 1 ½ to 2 inches in prepared soil after the danger of frost has passed and the soil has warmed to 50 degrees. Avoid the temptation to plant
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Mexicans, for one…. (And Safeway, and QFC, and Winn Dixie, and…) LOL.
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When you are growing pinto beans they are on a bush on top of the ground. You can leave them on the bush until they are dry and then you can pick your beans as necessary. Pinto beans
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Growing pinto beans is pretty easy. Make sure that you plant the seeds after the warning of a frost has passed, then sew them about 1.5-2 inches into the soil ...
Growing pinto beans is pretty easy. Make sure that you plant the seeds after the warning of a frost has passed, then sew them about 1.5-2 inches into the soil ...
Growing pinto beans is pretty easy. Make sure that you plant the seeds after the warning of a frost has passed, then sew them about 1.5-2 inches into the soil ...
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