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Seeds Gallery Djupplantning Guide

Generellt bör frön planteras på ett djup av två gånger bredden eller diameteren av fröet.

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Generellt bör frön planteras på ett djup av två gånger bredden eller diameteren av fröet.

 

 
Row spacing (cm)
Plant spacing (cm)
Depth (cm)
Seeds per gram
Best Soil Temp °C
Rate per Hectare
Days to Maturity
Amaranth (AF)
50-75
50
0.5
900
16-30
1.2kg
50
Artichoke (AF)
200-240
160-180
1-2
22
15-18
600g
300-400
Asparagus (AF)
90-120
20-35
1-2
23-28
16-30
1.5kg
2-3 years
Broad Beans
60-90
15-25
5
0.5-1
6-24
150-200kg
90-120
Bush Beans (AF)
50-60
8-15
2-3
2-4
16-30
60-85
55-70
Climbing Beans (AF)
100
10-20
2-3
3-4
16-30
50
65-80
Beetroot (AF)
45-60
5-10
2
50-90
8-30
7-9kg
55-70
Broccoli
50-60
35-50
0.5-1
175-330
7-30
400g
60-90
Brussels Sprouts
100
45-60
0.5-1
225-300
7-30
400g
85-95
Buckwheat
Broadcast
Broadcast
0.5-1
30
 
60-100kg
30-45
Burdock
60
50
1-2
50
 
6kg
120
Cabbage
50-75
35-60
0.5-1
200-380
10-35
300g
60-110
Capsicum (AF)
100-150
50-60
0.6
120-160
18-35
400g
70-90
Carrot
25-30
2-5
0.5-1
600-900
10-30
3-4.5kg
65-90
Cauliflower
60-100
45-60
0.4-0.6
240-420
10-30
300g
110-155
Celeriac
45-80
15-30
0.2-0.5
2100-3000
8-21
300g
90-120
Celery
45-80
15-30
0.2-0.5
2100-3000
12-21
400g
120
Chili
90-120
40-50
0.6
130-190
18-35
500g
65-80
Collards
50-100
40-50
0.5-1
300
8-30
500g
60-80
Corn (Maize) (AF)
60-90
20-30
2-3
2-4
16-35
8-10
100-150
Corn (Sweet) (AF)
60-90
20-30
2-3
4-7
16-35
10-15kg
80-100
Cucumber (AF)
120-150
40-60
1
30-40
16-35
1-2kg
60-70
Eggplant (AF)
80-90
50-80
0.5-0.8
200-250
24-32
250g
90-110
Gourd (AF)
150
90-120
2
10
20-30
2kg
95-120
Herbs, Parsley
50-60
20-30
0.5-1
500-650
10-30
3.5-4.5kg
65-135
Kale
50-100
40-50
1
250-370
8-30
500g
50-65
Kohl Rabi
35-40
10-20
0.5-1
250-350
8-30
2-2.5kg
55-70
Leek
30-75
10-15
0.5-1
350-450
8-30
2.5-3.5kg
105-130
Lettuce
35-50
20-30
0.6
600-1200
8-27
1-2kg
60-85
Luffa (AF)
150
45-75
3
6
20-30
8kg
80
Marrow (AF)
100-120
90-120
2
6-8
20-35
2-4
90-120
Mustard
50-75
35-60
0.5-1
300
10-35
300g
40-60
Okra (AF)
90-120
35-60
1
15-25
20-35
8-9kg
80-98
Onion
30-40
5-10
0.5-1
240-400
8-30
3.5-4.5kg
180-240
Parsnip
35-50
8-10
0.5-1
230-400
6-21
5-6kg
120-140
Pea
45-60
5-8
2-3
3-5
8-24
100-120kg
65-80
Pea (Snow)
60-100
6-8
2-3
3-5
8-24
50-80kg
60-74
Pumpkin (AF)
250-300
90-120
3
5-12
20-32
1.5-2.5kg
105-140
Radish
25-35
3-5
1-2
100-140
8-30
15-25kg
40-50
Rhubarb
60-70
40-50
1.2
60
 
 
 
Rock melon (AF)
120-150
40-60
1-2
25-40
20-32
1.8-2.5kg
75-115
Rosella (AF)
90-120
45
1
50-70
24-32
2.2-2.5kg
175
Salad Greens, Endive
45-60
20-30
0.5-1
700-1000
15-25
600-1kg
70
Salsify
20-40
5-10
 
60-80
 
1kg
110-180
Shallots
20-30
2-3
0.5
350-480
8-30
3-4.5kg
85-105
Silver beet
50-60
15-30
1.5-2
50-60
10-30
8-20kg
50-85
Spinach - Bush
30-40
12-20
1-2
50-70
8-24
14-18kg
39-50
Spinach - Climbing
100-150
15-30
1-2
13-30
16-30
1.5-2kg
50-70
Squash (AF)
90-120
60-80
2-3
7-12
21-35
2.5-5kg
50-60
Sunflower (AF)
50-100
20-30
1-2
7-15
 
10-12kg
70-80
Swede
45-70
10-20
1
380-480
15-30
2kg
70-75
Tomato (AF)
60-150
40-60
0.5
250-400
16-35
300-400g
60-120
Turnip
30-50
12-20
1
400-500
12-30
2.5-4kg
45-65
Watermelon (AF)
150-200
60-75
2-3
10-20
21-35
3-4kg
68-100
Zucchini (AF)
90-110
50-90
2-3
6-12
21-35
2.5-5kg
44-63

 

(AF) = After Frost.

We are not a farming advisory service. For commercial advice please contact your local Agricultural Department. We supply Traditional Open Pollinated seed for home gardeners and information supplied is done so in good faith. We take no responsibility for its accuracy. This seed planting guide is only a general reference. For more information consult gardening books or magazines; local knowledge is invaluable.

Seed depth is governed by the size of seed. Usually one to two times seed thickness. For spacing try to imagine the space taken up by mature plants. Sow accordingly or more thickly and thin out later. Some, mostly small seeds, require raising as seedlings and transplanting, others, mostly large seeds, prefer to be direct sown.

Variables such as soil types, fertility soil temperature, climatic conditions and cultural practices all have different effects on growth response of seeds. Local knowledge is invaluable. In milder climates, in sheltered town gardens and by the sea, where there are milder conditions including no frost, allow plantings later and earlier.

HERBS require similar conditions to vegetables. We can give no one ideal set of growth conditions. As a general guide most require a sunny position, moist and well drained, mulched, mostly fertile weed-free soil, protected from frost and wind.

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