Clover - Sprouting - Red (organic)

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Red Clover is a versatile little plant. It can be sprouted, MicroGreened, grown for hay, pasture or silage or used as a nitrogen enhancing cover crop. Clover contains high concentrations of isoflavones which are thought to have powerful anti-cancer properties. As a sprout or Micro clover flavor is a lot like alfalfa; mild and nutty. When used as a cover crop it works best between non-legume crops and provides the best nitrogen boost when used as a spring kill crop.

Growing Red Clover Microgreens


Red Clover Seeds: trifolium pratense
Seeding: Approx 1 Oz. to seed a 10"x20" tray
Seed Presoak: No
Growing Medium: hydroponic, soil
Preferred Medium: hydroponic
Germination Rate: high
Germination Time: 1 to 2 days
Microgreens Harvest time: 8 to 12 days
Microgreens Ideal Harvest: 10 days
Baby Salad / Adult Stage Harvest: not recommended
Micro Greens Color: green leaves
Micro Greens Flavor: mild, fresh
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Seed Uses:

  • Microgreens
  • Garnishes & sandwiches
  • Sprouting
  • Survival food storage
  • Gardening
  • Cooking & seasoning
  • More

Notes & Growing Tips: Red Clover is a fast, easy growing microgreen. On the 3rd or 4th day, flip the blackout lid upside down and mist the bottom end. Lay ontop of the growing clover sprouts to force them to grow strong. Leave the lid flipped for one or two days before exposing fully to light.

Red clover has a mild, fresh flavor. It is better if it is not grown past the microgreen stage. Experiment with harvesting earlier than 10 days, as the flavor is sweeter the younger the clover.

***Note: Although we have indicated the specific medium that this particular seed prefers, you can still experiment with either soil or hydroponic mediums. Results may vary.

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