The swiss chard seedlings are up and growing, but in need of a bit of thinning and transplanting. The rows are just under a foot apart and we’re progressively thinning the plants so that they will be 4 to 6 inches apart. The promise is that these plants, once mature, will continue to produce for us throughout the gardening season.
We’ve had some leaf miner damage on the early leaves. The worst of the infestation appears to be over, although some of the plants continue to bear scars.