Bush or snap beans are a popular plant for Florida which are easy to grow even in poor soil. As the name implies, bush beans grow on a bush that is able to stand unsupported, unlike pole beans. Bush beans can be either snap beans (formerly called string beans because of their fibrous pods) or shell beans.
- 1997 Snapbean and Sweet Corn Response to N Rate and Furrow-Placed Growplex Humate
- 1997 Response of Snapbean, Carrot, and Sweet Corn to Monopotassium Phosphate-Based Starter Solutions
- 1997 Response of Sweet Corn and Snapbean to Grow-Plex Humate
- 1996 Monopotassium Phosphate-Based Starter Fertilizers Enhance Snapbean Yield in Florida
- 1996 Evaluation of Monopotassium Phosphate-Based Starter Fertilizer Solution Effects on Vegetable Production in Florida
- 1992 Response of Snapbean to Nitrogen Fertilization on a Sandy Soil
- 1989 Comparison of Various N Scheduling Methods for Snapbeans