Growing Beans - dwarf, also French beans, Bush beans

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11 Apr 20 Jo Rosen (New Zealand - temperate climate)
Hi does the frost kill dwarf beans. Wild ones are sprouting everywhere so transplanting. Am I wasting my time
12 Apr 20 Liz at Gardenate (New Zealand - temperate climate)
Yes, frost will kill your bean plants. If they are still producing beans, you could leave them until they die off then dig them in to help improve the soil.
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