These Envy Soybeans Have a Good Germination Rate

by Deshi

So far I'd say about 70-80% of the Envy Soy Beans germinated (which is the advertised rate), planted directly in raised garden bed with my Banana trees. (They should help with nitrogen to the bananas when they die back after harvest) they are just now sprouting, so I will update review once I am able to get produce from them. This review so far is solely on them germinating. Also in answer to a previous reviewer stating these were too small to be soybeans, the seeds appeared much smaller than a typical soybean in the bag, but they triple in size once they come into contact with water. Sprouting, they look about the size I'm used to for an Edamame soybean raw.

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Dec 09, 2019
Envy Soy Beans
by: Juanita

Envy Soy Beans are very popular now so we sell a lot. Glad they did well for you, Deshi, and planting them with your banana trees is a great idea. It is a part of companion planting.

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