Looks good man. I am amazed of how well lettuce grows in many types of soils. I threw my seeds in a bed of leaves and grass, and viola they are growing nicely.
if i was you i would relentlessly thin and make yourself a salad.
keep the best looking ones in the ground.
Travis Philp wrote:
Thanks for the tip. I will be doing some thinning soon, now that they are worth thinning. We'll see how things progress...
yeah! it does look good. if i was you i would relentlessly thin and make yourself a salad.
keep the best looking ones in the ground. my experience is if you don't they will stunt each other and you will have a lot of really small lettuce. i think ideal spacing is about every nine inches in a hexagonal pattern.
Travis Philp wrote:Cut-and-come-again may not be very 'permaculture' to some