One of the dwarf French bean ‘Ferrari’ seedlings pictured on the 31st July 2016. This unhealthy looking plant was grown in Westland Gro-Sure Peat-Free All Purpose Compost. This Westland Gro-Sure Peat-Free All Purpose Compost didn’t perform very well in my trial. The dwarf French bean plants that grew in this compost were stunted, the plants produced yellow-green coloured leaves that featured necrosis.

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