SWISS CHARD Approximately 1,500 seeds per oz.
PLANTING: In early spring, sow seeds 1/4″ deep, 1-2″ apart. Thin plants to 3-4″ apart by pulling extra plants for early summer
use. HARVEST: Leaves can be cut at any time. For young salad greens, do not thin plants and cut 5 weeks after emergence.
Leaves can be cooked like spinach or used raw in salads. Midribs can be cooked like asparagus. Outer stalks can be fried.
You will need 2 oz of seeds per 100′ row or 8 lbs per acre. PKT size, about 1/4 oz.

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