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Sprouting and Microgreening with Mucilaginous Seeds

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  • Sara Apr 1, 2021

    Hello. I keep seeing terracotta sprouting trays on you website. Do you sell these?


  • Trina Nelson Jul 14, 2020

    Thanks for sharing the article. When you harvest these, do you eat the ‘root’ or have to cut them like microgreens? Thanks.


  • Sayoko Kuwahara Mar 7, 2020

    VERY useful information!! Thank you. When I started arugula in the same mason jar method, I was startled by slimy seeds next day.


  • Joey Marquez Aug 30, 2019

    Over the last couple months, I have been interested in Micro-Greens and have started my own research to why micro greens are beneficial. Now I see how beneficial they can be with the amount of nutrients they contain, as well as the small amount of space they occupy while harvesting. I am a senior taking a sustainable ag class looking to learn more about cultivation and being sustainable. I am working to find out how micro greens are most beneficial and sustainable for our communities. Im very interested in knowing what are more ways that microgreens can be sustainable and beneficial for communities?


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