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Bean Inoculant (treats 1500 lbs) - ISE151

Bean Inoculant (treats 1500 lbs)
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Inoculate Your Beans to Fix Nitrogen

Contains peat-based inoculant products containing live culture of nitrogen-fixing Rhizobium bacteria. Treats up to 1500 lbs of field beans: kidney, pinto, great northern; also garden beans: snap, string, wax, scarlet runner.

Directions for Application:

  • Dampen seeds with non-chlorinated, clean, cool water.
  • Add just enough inoculant to uniformly coat the seeds. This is quite a dusty step, it is advised to wear a dust mask.
  • Allow 1-3 minutes for the mixture to dry and then plant seed as soon as possible.

Store product in a cool, dry place out of direct sunlight. Store between 40 and 77°F

For inoculant that treats smaller quantities of Beans, see ISE350 (treats up to 8 lbs) or ISE505 (treats up to 50 lbs).

Important Information for Certified Organic Growers

This product should be suitable for use in organic agriculture as it has been deemed to be compliant with the USDA National Organic Program. However, as the status of any product can change at anytime, please always confirm that this product is allowed by your certifying agency.

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