What vegetable yields the most per acre?

What vegetable yields the most per acre?

Abbreviations for Vegetable Yield Table

Rhubarb 3/4 bu box; 20 lb 14,000 lb
Rutabaga 25 lb bag 36,000 lb
Spinach loose 1 1/9 bu box; 10 lb 12,000 lb

Do bush beans only produce once?

Bush beans – Plants are small, compact (in the two-feet range), and mature more quickly, some within 50 days – so you can start them from seed for much of the summer. They produce most of their crop at once, though the plants will keep producing if you keep them well-harvested.

How tall do bush beans get?

about two-feet tall

What can I plant next to bush beans?

For bush beans, the following work well grown together:

  1. Beets.
  2. Celery.
  3. Cucumber.
  4. Nasturtiums.
  5. Peas.
  6. Radish.
  7. Savory.
  8. Strawberries.

Can you grow tomatoes and beans together?

Tomatoes and beans are both warm season annual vegetables, allowing them to be planted during the same general time period in spring. Then, transplant them to a garden bed and plant the bean seeds at the same time.

Can I grow bush beans with tomatoes?

Plant bush beans with broccoli (Brassica oleracea italica), cabbage (Brassica oleracea capitata), collards (Brassica oleracea) and radishes (Raphanus sativus). Among the nightshades, eggplant (Solanum melongena), potatoes (Solanum tuberosum) and tomatoes (Solanum lycopersicon) are good bean companions.

What can you not plant near bush beans?

Plant pole beans with carrots, celery, chard, corn, cucumber, eggplant, peas, potatoes, radish, and strawberries. Avoid planting near chives, garlic, leeks, and onions. Pole beans and beets may stunt each other’s growth.

Can I plant bush beans with peppers?

While pole beans and peppers do not make good companions for each other, they each do their part in improving the quality of the soil for companion plants in the vicinity. For example, pole beans remove nitrogen from the atmosphere and recycle it back into the soil.

Do peppers and beans grow well together?

Beans. Besides fixing nitrogen in the soil and helping to feed other garden plants, beans can provide other benefits for pepper plants, including crowding out weeds and helping to block the winds or cast partial shade.

How many tomatoes can you plant in a square foot?

If you use the square foot gardening method in a 4×4 foot raised garden bed you can comfortably grow eight tomato plants and 16 cucumber plants at the same time!

How many onions do I need per square foot?

9 onions