Mung bean germination time
Mung bean (Vigna radiata or Phaseolus aureus), a legume likely native to India, is widely grown and consumed as sprouts or dry beans. Adequate site selection and soil preparation, timing to maximize temperature and rainfall and other considerations help to ensure bean plant growth and productivity. Mung bean sprouts benefit from different conditions than their field-grown counterparts.
Sunlight and TemperatureMung beans are warm-season, deep-rooted plants whose specific hardiness and day-length requirements varies by cultivar, though most require 90 to 120 frost-free days annually. If the mung bean is planted so it blooms during the hottest, driest part of the year, yield may be disappointing. Mung bean plants require full sunlight or at least eight to 10 hours of sunlight daily.
How to Sprout and Grow Mung BeansThe mung bean, scientific name Vigna radiata, is commonly grown as a sprout.As a member of the of the Fabaceae (legume family) it is closely related to plants such as chick pea and broad beans. Mung beans can be grown both indoors and out. As well as growing mung beans as sprouts, they can also be planted out in the garden. Late spring, whenHD timelapse of mung bean seeds sprouting.Shot by the science technicians of Reigate college, UK over aprox 10 days with a canon powershot A590 and CHDK firmware with ultra intervalometer script.Suggestions for further educational time lapse videos are welcomed.
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