Above: Fred stops to take a closer look at AdFarm's pinto bean crop while on an evening drive checking crops.
Above: The plants are slowly getting bigger and the rows fuller. The cool summer has delayed growth.
Above: Fred's boot next to a plant gives perspective on the size of the pinto bean plants. Pinto beans are a warm season crop and will do best with temperatures above 75 degrees Fahrenheit. Warm weather is coming.