Growing Sesame from seed - when do I move it?


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Hello!

I planted couple of seedlings 3 weeks ago, and it looks like they have been grown pretty nicely.

I had 2 times more plant than in the picture below, but one day I have chosen to move half of them to my garden outside.

The plants outside have stopped growing (or just growing slowly), and the plants inside continue to grow.

My question is this - When can I move this plant outside and not worry it will stop growing?

What's next?
 

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You need to have a raised soil with enough soil to allow for a tap root to grow downward. If the tap root can't expand downward as far as it can grow, the plant will grow slowly. The sesame plant has a growth height of about 91 to 121 cm or 3 or 4 ft and so the tap root can grow as deep as 44.73 cm. Lots of sun and give them plenty of root space and you should get seeds by the middle of summer. Good luck
 

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