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my bush beans are just about done but i want more for the freezer. i don't have room any where else, so was thinking on just rippin out the old plants and putting in a new crop there.what would happen? thanks
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As long as you are adding some more compost you will be fine.
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You risk transferring possible diseases when planting the same crop in the same place. That being said, it's exactly what I did. Just be sure to add plenty of compost to give the new plants a boost. I will not plant beans in that same spot next year.
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