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06 Jun 16 simon (Australia - temperate climate)
give some garden lime to the soil-a man size handful to m2 and dig in well, and do not plant same herb same patch every time. when grows cut and use outside growths never cut the mid stem growth. and grow them about 20cm. apart -at least. 1-wet your prepared soil 2-sctter seeds 3-top up with potting soil 5mm. thickness 4- go and buy a hydrometer from Bunnings or garden shop and measure humidity to depth of 1cm.- if no rain every day. if it shows dry at that depth, water with very fine spray.and cross your finger. when grows to 4cm. thin out to 20cm. and good luck.

give some garden lime to the soil-a man size handful to m2 and dig in well, and do not plant same herb same patch every time. when grows cut and use outside growths never cut the mid stem growth. and grow them about 20cm. apart -at least. 1-wet your prepared soil 2-sctter seeds 3-top up with potting soil 5mm. thickness 4- go and buy a hydrometer from Bunnings or garden shop and measure humidity to depth of 1cm.- if no rain every day. if it shows dry at that depth, water with very fine spray.and cross your finger. when grows to 4cm. thin out to 20cm. and good luck.

- simon

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