Can you plant sesame seeds?
Yes. The nutty seeds of the sesame plant are believed to be among the oldest cultivated oilseed crops. Germinate plants indoors by planting seeds ¼” deep in a rich growing medium. Kept moist, plants will emerge in 10-14 days and will be ready to transplant once outside temperatures reach 70 degrees.
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