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One of my permissions have just sewn 2 fields of Tundra Beans - direct drilled into stubble. He has tried them as his rape crop has been poor for 2 years running.

This is a relatively new crop in our area, particularly an Autumn drilling. Has anyone had success on them? I presume they will be as attractive to pigeons as other varieties?

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18 minutes ago, GingerCat said:

Never heard of them. What are they used for?

Can apparently be used for both human and animal consumption , A Winter bean and is known to produce good yields , oh , and pigeons will love them , or if they don't then they should do :yes:

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On 16/11/2019 at 22:46, scolopax said:

Wow two fields of Tundra Beans....I got all excited for a few seconds wondering if we are going to have another influx on continental geese!,  last time was 2012 I think, white fronts all along the east coast.

Be nice, wouldn't it?

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