The arugula I planted in the spring was a fail. Most of what I planted never came up and the seeds that did germinate didn’t grow well.
So for our fall planting I tried sowing the seeds more thickly, in case we had poor germination again. This time I think every seed I planted must have come up.
So I’ve spent a lot of time thinning it out.
The benefit of that is having lots of baby arugula to eat.
It’s so good that I may plant it this way intentionally from now on.