Close seeding is used to put the plants in the grow bed. In this way, you will have more space to put more plants, that is, the productivity will be about 4 times higher. The necessary technique is staggered, consisting of putting the plants in the shape of an equilateral triangle. When the plants grow the leaves you have to touch.
With this technique you have more production in less space. Being a small place the humidity is kept more and also you don’t have to use a lot of water.
It has fewer infections and pests and the compost is better used for the same reason. Because of the little space.
Sowing in the hammer
This technique consists of sowing the plants in a box. This box must have half soil and half compost. The box would go well if it is made of wood. Sowing in the wooden box has advantages such as having the plants more accessible, you use less water.
You would have to bury the seeds but not too deeply either. It depends on the size. If it is smaller put it more up and if it is bigger down.