Sesame growers are instructed to remove weak and damaged plants from their crops. Such plants should not affect other healthy plants and also do not compete for their share in water, air, and pesticides in this way good yields can be attained. Farmers should monitor the sesame crop regularly, when 6 to 8 leaves come out, then the weak plants should be withdrawn from the field immediately. The plant to plant distance should be 10 to 15 cm or 4 to 6 inches asunder. Farmers should keep in mind that the number of plants per acre should be close to 60,000 so that they do not face any difficulty during weeding and irrigation.