Row planting is very advantageous. When you sow sesame seeds in a row, you can thin the plants very well. When you thin the plants, the branches will multiply. You can count up to 20 pods on each branch, which is much more than broadcast sowing. When the plants are too close together, they produce only one or two pods; not many at all. For all these reasons it is good to plant sesame in rows.

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