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Planting Romaine lettuce

 
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http://durgan.org/2016/May%202016/9%20May%202016%20Planting%20Romaine%20lettuce/HTML/ 9 May 2016 Planting Romaine lettuce
Eight romaine lettuce plants were placed in the outdoor garden. They are planted in an eight foot row at one foot spacing. Wood chip mulch was used to retain moisture, and to inhibit evaporation from the Sun. These thrive in the garden and grow to over a foot in diameter quickly, maturing all at the same time. The plants were purchased and kept in the greenhouse for 15 days.

 
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