This method, one of the most widespread, is widely used for growing vegetables.
It is very easy to make and is particularly suitable for sowing outdoors. , let him be incumbent or in nursery .
Sowing in a row
In order to best carry out your sowing in line, it is recommended to use a serfouette to dig the furrows. The end of a handle may be suitable if you do not have one.
The sowing in line consists in coming to deposit seeds in a homogeneous way in the hollow of a furrow more or less deep according to the species which you will cultivate. The depth can vary from 1 to 3 cm (we estimate from 2 to 3 times the diameter of the seed).
If you can, trace your furrows in the direction of the prevailing wind!
For smaller seeds, the Malt Gardener suggests mixing them with fine sand.
It will be all the easier for you to distribute them evenly and without exaggeration in each furrow.