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I am starting Kale seeds this weekend for the first time. There are two of us and I don't know how many to plant and I am assuming one per square. I think they also grow fairly tall. Any comments would help.
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I grow my kale one per square, in a row so I can cover the plants with netting to keep out the cabbage worms. If you eat a lot of kale, 3-4 plants per person. This will give you fresh and enough to freeze then eat another day.
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