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The story is long and quite fascinating, which I will tell you all but first I have a pressing question which due to limited time in the moment and trying to find the answer to the the posted question below, and finding you, I would appreciate having the question answered today and will then post my story. OK???? And rather than confuse the issue and post what I think it means, please help me with your clarity.

What does it mean when the instructions for sowing say the following:
"Seed Spacing 2 seeds every 4-6"; Thinning: When 1" tall, thin to 1 ever 4-6"".


Thank you for your time and patience.
Royal Organics
Jupiter Farms Florida
Zone 10

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Tku for your reply. It was not a trick question. I just didn't get why you would put 2 seeds in one space, chancing that both would be strong but forcing one to be weak and then losing that one that shows up weak due to competition in the space. If the seed is inherently weak then it won't produce and so be it. But why compromise the integrity of the seed from the get go?
 
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