In order to get as efficient a crop as we want, we also need to know how many seeds we need to plant in the soil. If we throw few seeds, we cannot fully benefit from the yield of our soil; the top of the soil remains bare in places; plants end sparsely. If we throw too many seeds, this time the seeds will not grow well, they will remain skinny, because they cannot feed enough.
When calculating the amount of seeds we will plant in the soil, we should pay attention to:
* Plants such as corn, beets, pods, beans, peas take up a lot of space on the soil where they grow; their roots also spread over a large area under the soil. For this, it is necessary to sow the seed of such plants sparsely.
* Infrequent seeds are thrown into nutrient-rich, fertilized, well-processed soil; it should throw seeds more often into weak, non-fertilized, unprocessed soil.
* If October is done early, it should throw more seeds if it is done late.
* Seeds should be planted more often if they are large, plump, sparse if they are high-yielding, and weak.
* If seeds are sprinkled by hand rather than by machine, they should be discarded more often.
HOW DEEP SHOULD HE BURY THE SEED?
It is not only the amount of seed, but also the depth in which it is planted. Seeds planted too deep cannot penetrate the thick layer of soil above them and face, as they cannot find the air with the Heat needed for their germination. Seeds that are not planted deep enough cannot germinate and develop, as they will lack the moisture necessary for their growth.
When calculating the depth at which the seed will be thrown, we should pay attention to:
* The smaller the seed grains, the less deep they should be buried in the soil.
• In places with less rain, the upper layers of the soil will be drier, the seed should be planted deeply. In contrast, in areas with abundant rainfall, seeds can be planted closer to the face.
* In sandy soils, seeds should be planted deeper, and in clay soils closer to the face.