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" Thin out the seedlings, as soon as they are large enough to handle, to •9 in. "
The Vegetable Garden: Illustrations, Descriptions, and Culture of the Garden ... - Page 105
by Vilmorin-Andrieux et cie - 1920 - 805 pages
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The kitchen and market garden, by contributors to the 'Garden' [ed. by C.W ...

Kitchen and market garden - 1882 - 12 pages
...and 1 in. deep ; and it should be red in by hand, — a rake should not be employed for this puras by its use half the seed is often drawn out of the...to handle, to 9 in. apart in the row, and if dark, bronzy-leaved kinds be grown, see that the greenestlooking plants are drawn out. After thinning has...
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The Gardeners' Chronicle: A Weekly Illustrated Journal of Horticulture and ...

Horticulture - 1908
...with some finely-sifted dry sand, and they should be sown thinly. It may afterwards be necessary to thin out the seedlings as soon as they are large enough to be handled, thus providing space for each plant to develop to the greatest dimensions possible. The...
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Gardening with Keith Kirsten

Keith Kirsten - Flowering plants - 2001 - 256 pages
...red-pigmented lettuce. Cultivation: Sow seed thinly in trays or beds and cover with 50 mm of fine soil. Prick out the seedlings as soon as they are large enough to handle. Keep them moist at all times. Plant seedlings out into rows and space them 200 mm apart. Do not plant...
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