A precision seeder (Stanhay Model 870) and a bulk seeder (Planet Jr.) were used to evaluate the effects of precision seeding, seed spacing, and row configuration on yield and grade-out of two cultivars of root turnips. Seed spacings for the precision seeder included within-row (WIR) spacings of 56, 112, and 168 mm in single plant line/row and 112 and 168 mm in two plant lines/row. Seed spacings with the bulk seeder were obtained by using 100% viable seed or a 50% viable: 50% killed seed mix. The experiments were conducted during the spring and fall on two rows on a 1.2-m-wide bed. Total yield was not affected by plant population or seeder. Plant population, however, caused a shift in yield among grades. Yield of culls increased as plant population increased. Yield of extra-large (>114 mm) roots decreased as plant population increased. Turnips seeded 168 mm apart in a single line/row yielded more extra-large and large (25-114 mm) grade roots and less medium (4-24 mm) and cull (<4 mm or misshapen) roots. More consistent results were obtained with the precision seeder than the bulk seeder. During both seasons, yield was lower for the hybrid (`Royal Crown') cultivar than for the open-pollinated (`Purple Top White Globe') cultivar.