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Growing Navy Beans

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This project to place in 2007. We started by placing a few small white navy beans (from a regular bag of beans out of our cabinet) on wet paper towel and sealed them in small zipper-seal plastic bags. We sat them on the window sill. Once they sprouted, we transferred them to cups with good homemade composted soil. Once we saw true leaves, we transplanted them in the compost soil bed we prepared. We watered them a little on the days it didn't rain. The grew and turned green. Then they dried out and turn yellow. Finally it was time for harvest.