Why are my green bean plants turning brown and dying?

by Dbr21536058
Living slightly northeast of Atlanta, GA. Raised bed garden - with plenty of sun and watered nightly as needed. All other plants are thriving.
  6 answers
  • Tam13317878 Tam13317878 on Jun 17, 2017
    Nightly watering may be the problem as it can introduce mold and mildew. Try watering in the early morning so plants have time to dry out between watering

  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Jun 17, 2017
    Watering must done in the morning.

  • Judy Judy on Jun 17, 2017
    D - One MAJOR factor, is to water your plants ONLY in the morn. NEVER at nite. This will allow the water to sink in, under sunshine. Also, be careful as to the amount of water you are giving your plants. This makes a world of diff. I would ask you to check your plants now, and see how moist the soil maybe at this sec. If they are moist now, then skip a day, and then begin in 2 days, for too much water, is horrid on them, and it is like drowning them. If you have them in a pot, mark your watering can, as to the amount of water you want to use. I am sure this will help you a great deal. Never give your plants too much water. Do you have a saucer, under the pot? How far up on the saucer, do you use as a guide? Do reply, if you have any questions, ok? Best wishes, J.

  • Cori Widen Cori Widen on Jun 17, 2017
    Agreed - are you watering in the morning?

  • Susan Susan on Jun 17, 2017
    water in a.m. !! and only at the roots - and not too much!!!