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21-28 days.This slow-bolting strain is grown primarily for its broad, deep green, celery-like, pungent foliage. As a microgreen, these seeds take time but are well worth it, not only for the strong cilantro flavor but for the sweet aroma the greens emit.
Cilantro (also called coriander) is very difficult to grow hydroponically. We recommend growing micro cilantro in soil. Germination of cilantro microgreens is erratic with some emerging at about a week, and some seeds taking longer, so be patient with them.
The seed itself is actually the dried ripe fruit of the plant, called a shizocarp. A schizocarp is a dry fruit that splits into single-seeded parts when ripe. Splitting or cracking can help with germination by releasing the seed.
Here"s how: Place seed in a zip-lock bag and roll over it with a rolling pin to release the individual seeds, rinse in a fine mesh strainer and soak overnight for even germination.
Sow quite thickly on a bed of lightly compacted soil. Cover with a thin layer of soil or vermiculite (1/4 inch) and tamp very lightly. Cover in a humidity dome and mist as needed to keep the top layer medium damp. Cilantro micro greens grow slowly and prefer cooler temperatures (under 70 degrees), especially during germination. Experiment with placing your germinating trays in much cooler areas.
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