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I live in Salt Lake City,I live in Salt Lake City, Utah. I planted my beet seeds about four weeks ago but I planted them in those little plastic containers (the ones you're suppose to use)? for new plants. I think I really screwed up though because each container is about 3"x3" and about 2" deep but now all the seeds have popped up and now I have 15 to 20 plants in each container. After reading some of the comments here it looks as if after I thin them out I'll probably only get 6 to 8 beets :( is this the case or can I transplant a few of them when I take them out of the container? Or should I just plant seeds now in the garden and chaulk this one up to experience? I will lose about 180 beets if I can't use these.

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