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I dont know what I did to this box because my lettuce square next to it is nicely spaced. Maybe I spilled some because I was in a hurry when I was planting them? Anyway, should I thin them or try to separate them? If separate them, do it now or later? Id hate to waste all those lettuce seedlings. Its Grand Rapids lettuce if that makes any difference.
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I would eat them. yum yum.
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I'd let em grow a little longer and then thin em out for a nice salad (i plan to do something similar with my beets)
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