Growing Beans - climbing, also Pole beans, Runner beans, Scarlet Runners

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02 Apr 10 Lynne Brogan (Australia - temperate climate)
Scarlet Runner beans are perennial (3 to 4 years but loosing vigour each year). Do I let them die back or cut them back after they have finished bearing, and if I cut them back,how close to the ground do I cut them. back to ground level
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