snap bean

Also found in: Dictionary, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
  • noun

Synonyms for snap bean

tender green beans without strings that easily snap into sections


Related Words

References in periodicals archive ?
Furthermore, the standard agricultural practices of hoeing, fertilization, controlling of pest, disease and weed for snap bean production in the growing area were applied according to the recommendations of Ministry of Agriculture and Land Reclamation.
In Brazil, data on snap bean production and market relevance are scarce, given the lack of reliable statistics and systematized information.
These recent surveys of aphid collected from snap bean fields in Pennsylvania and New York, and peach orchards in Pennsylvania, were quite extensive.
Unfortunately, no commercial snap bean varieties have been described as CBB resistant until now, and even for dry beans, it is still challenging to obtain resistant cultivars.
'Pod Squad' snap beans were planted in field plots at the University of Florida, Tropical Research and Education Center (TREC), Homestead, Florida.
vulgaris in the world is of dry beans, followed by a much lower production of snap bean.
Contract production of the four major processing vegetables (tomatoes, sweet corn, green peas and snap beans) is expected to decline 13% this year (most processing vegetables are produced under contract).
These produce included lettuce, broccoli, snap bean, sweet peas, strawberry, and cutflowers.
Hydrogen peroxide on fresh cut snap bean pathogens control and enzymatic browning
Common synonyms are French bean, haricot bean, salad bean, snap bean, string bean, frijoles (Spanish), feijao andfeijoeiro [2].
Snap bean plants supplied with high calcium concentrations in the nutrient solution presented higher dry mass of the stem and leaves and high calcium accumulation in the leaves, followed by reproductive organs and stem (Pomper & Grusak, 2004; Schmitt et al., 2013).
The bean flower thrips, Megalurothrips usitatus (Bagnall) (Thysanoptera: Thripidae), which recently infested southern China, poses an economic threat to a wide range of leguminous plants (Fabales: Fabaceae), especially to snap bean, Phaseolus vulgaris L., and cowpea, Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp.