Beetroot likes neutral, moist, fertile soil without too much lime or acidity (pH 6.5-7.0).
The soil should be soft and not have too much clay or too much sand; however, since the root develops at the surface, a clay soil can be tolerated if the top has been loosened by the addition of lots of well-rotted organic matter (don't add this unless the soil has much clay).
The position needs to be sunny and open but it will tolerate part shade.
Water them. After the seeds have germinated or sprouted, it is important to spray them daily to keep the humidity levels healthy inside the container.
Wait before transplanting them. The longer you leave the basil seedlings in their container with humidity the better. Most basil seedlings will die because they are transplanted to soon. A perfect time to transplant them is when they have their third set of leaves.
You can grow chickpeas in partial shade, but doing so will dramatically decrease the eventual yield.
Do not plant chickpeas in areas where green manures have grown or in soils that have a high nitrogen content. Nitrogen will cause the leaves to get large and bushy, but the overall yield of the plant will end up decreasing if nitrogen levels are too high.
Avoid heavy clay soils or areas that are especially shady.