Both beans and corn are warm season crops and need soil temperatures of 60 degrees Fahrenheit or higher to germinate. Beans take eight to 10 days to emerge while corn emerges in four to seven days. Beans seeds stay viable for five years and corn seeds are viable for two years. Corn seeds have a higher tolerance for wet soil, since bean seeds will split and fail to germinate in wet soil.
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