why can't i find lima beans in the stores?

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Answered: Weight of bushel of shelled lima beans

It would depend on moisture content but I think a cup is about 5.64 ounces. There are 64 pints per bushel and 3 cups per pint. Thus 64x3x5.64=721 ounces. Given 16 ounces per pound that gives 45 pounds per bushel

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Lamps are sold in just about every store you can think of. Walmart, Target, Home Depot, Lowes. Are you always this clueless?

Answered: Are lima beans annuals or perinnials

They are annual. See this website for more information.

Answered: How many kilometers lima

Are you asking the distance from one end to the other of the city of Lima, Peru?

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This is my first attempt with Lima beans. They ...

When the pods feel full when you feel it then its ready for you to harvest them. They taste better than dried beans. Leave a few to dry completely on the plant for to plant them next year.

Lima bean pods with no bean

Hi, I'd tend to agree with citrine1, but another possibility is your soil was over fertilized with an amendment high in nitrogen, or possibly a nitrogen amendment by itself. There is an old saying that said something about "if you over fertilize with a fertilizer high in nitrogen, you'll get all ...

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Lima Beans harvest question

You can harvest your beans when the pods are bright green in color and well-filled. It may take 2 to 3 months to make a crop. Read How to Grow Lima Beans