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I believe 1 per square is correct. Not sure if it will be detrimental other than them not having room to spread out.@Kathy Gizzi wrote:Dill is one per square? Pretty sure I did 9!!!!
We grew some last year and the dill attracted its own unique bugs. I mean they were all over the tops. I don't recall what they were but that was the only plant they were on and they only showed up when the dill got bigger. I don't think they affected the plant but it was a long time ago, like past yesterday, so I don't remember.
Anyhow, I mention it just so you can be on the lookout. That was the main lesson I learned last season was that different plants attract different bugs and some bugs only show up on those plants.
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