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Growing Beans - broad beans, fava beans, also Fava bean

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01 Mar 19 Ron (Australia - temperate climate)
Are Fava beans suitable for digging back into the ground
03 Mar 19 mike (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
All organic matter is suitable to dig back into the soil. Anything that has lived - plant animal. But it needs time to decompose to be available to plants.
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