McCaslan Pole Bean: ( 65 Days ) Heirloom Medium green pods reach eight inches long and are meaty, slightly flattened and of superb quality. One of the oldest heirloom varieties and a old Southern favorite introduced in 1912 by the McCaslan family of Georgia. The vines produce prolifically throughout the growing season. Great dry or as a snap bean. Seeds are ivory-white, oblong and flat.
Mosaic Diseases : The bean mosaic diseases cause plants to turn a yellowish green and produce few or no pods. The leaves on infected plants are a mottled yellow and are usually irregularly shaped. The only satisfactory control for these diseases is to use mosaic-resistant bean varieties.