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two 5 gallon buckets full is one bushel.
Estimated bush green bean yield per plant is 1/2 pound and pole beans is 1 pound. Bush beans bear faster but for less time. Pole beans produce longer but take longer to start bearing. For fresh eating, plant 10 (bush)/person or 5 (pole)/person.
We found that 1 pound contains about 35 to 40 green beans which yields about 3 cups chopped, making a 1/3 pound purchase just about right for a 1 cup chopped green bean recipe. Remember when cooked, 1 cup of green beans will reduce in quantity by 2 to 3 tablespoons.
The average recommendation of bean plants per person for a year’s worth of food is 10 to 20 plants per person. This is going to depend on your growing season, the amount of harvest from your bean, and of course, how much your family actually consumes of that food in a year.
Two or three plants will fit in a five-gallon bucket or grow one cucumber in a 10-inch-wide container. Mix soil with equal parts of compost, potting soil, perlite and peat moss.
A bushel weighs 30 pounds and yields 12 to 20 quarts.
A FULL Five Gallon Bucket will hold about 125 lbs.
For bush beans, you should grow them 9 inches apart so you can grow 2-3 plants per bucket, and pole beans should be grown 4 inches apart so you can grow 4-5 plants per bucket as well.