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Sowing a salad - this is how it's done

Sowing a salad - this is how it's done


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Sow in rows

If you create your garden not only as an ornamental garden, but also as a utility garden, you will definitely try to sow or plant lettuce.

There are some things you can do wrong when sowing
Growing lettuce isn't usually difficult, but it can be disappointing if you don't follow certain tips. Because you can certainly do something wrong, even if many may not believe it at first. We have written down for you what you should consider when sowing lettuce.

Sowing a salad - this is how it's done
Salad, especially the fast-growing chopped lettuce, needs a sufficient distance between them. This is very important. This is how you proceed when sowing lettuce:

"Sow in a row. It doesn't matter here if the seeds are very close together. Some do not develop at all and those that are still too close after being about 5 centimeters high are removed.

"There should be a distance of at least 20, or even better, 25 centimeters between the lettuce plants. This gives the individual plant more light and has enough space to grow. The advantages: the leaves get bigger and, above all, they don't develop any bitter flavors.



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