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How do you plant fall lettuce?
Last Updated: 1st February, 2020
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Also asked, how do you plant lettuce?
When sowing seeds directly into the soil, you should plant approximately 10 seeds per foot. Space your rows 12 to 18 inches apart. Thin leaf lettuce seedlings to 4 inches apart. Romaine and butterhead lettuce seedlings require 6 to 8 inches between each plant.
Similarly, how do you grow iceberg lettuce? Steps
- Plant the iceberg lettuce six to eight weeks before the last expected spring frost.
- Plant iceberg lettuce seeds in a shallow seed tray.
- Place the seed tray indoors in a sunny area.
- Keep the soil the seeds are planted in moist soil.
- Use scissors to cut the lettuce sprouts so there's only one per cell.
Then, can you grow lettuce in autumn?
Winter Lettuce. Like their summer counterparts, winter lettuces are available in a range of leaf types and can be sown now to get the autumn season off to a rewarding start. Sowing every few weeks through to October should ensure a leafy supply through to spring when less hardy varieties can be grown.
How long does it take to grow lettuce?
45 to 55 days