I had the same problem this year in ohio, had an expert come out and look at them, I was told it was not green stem sydrome but it is called stay green mutation. It is brought on by the drought and is all about timing of the bloom and pod development. He said the plant does not have enough pods to take the energy that the plant has stored, therefore the plant resist to die because of the stored energy. Not sure if he is correct but I had a tough time running these beans. Same thing two hits of frost and I sprayed them, suckers would have lived through the winter. good luck!
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