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When to sow beetroot seeds – a guide on the perfect time to grow beetroot

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To sow your beetroot, begin making a 0.75-inch deep trench with the corner of a rake and place two seeds at every four inches.

Cover these seeds and then water the seeds well.

When the seedlings reach around 0.75 inches high, remove the weakest seedling of each pair to leave one beetroot seedling at every four inches.

If you want a large supply of beetroot, you should try to sow seeds every month, keeping the rows at least eight inches apart.



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