Beetroot seeds are relatively large and are easy to handle and space out along the row. Beet root plants are best grown in rows spaced 30cm (12″) apart, spacing plants up to 10cm (4″) in the row. Seeds can be sown thicker in the row and thinned out – any plants thinned out of the row can be used as salad leaves. Roots are ready in as little as 7 weeks if picked young, but can be grown on for around 12 weeks for larger roots.
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