The 7 Microgreens You’ll Be Sorry To Try First – Microgreens Podcast Episode 33

The 7 Microgreens Beginners Should Not Try To Grow First

Microgreens Podcast Episode 033

Some microgreens are harder to grow than others. The microgreens discussed in this episode of the Microgreens Podcast are the seven varieties I recommend beginners DO NOT try at first.

Once they get some experience under their belt, then these 7 are worthwhile microgreens to try!

Click here for a listing of the 17 easiest microgreens to try first.

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The Microgreens Podcast Episode 033 Show Notes

Below are the seven microgreens that beginners should wait until they have more experience. 

To see the 17 easiest microgreens click here for the podcast or the article


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    Todd is the founder of Home Microgreens & the Home Microgreens store. He also writes for several other websites, including MyViewFromTheWoods.com. Todd worked at a large farm market, garden & nursery center for 20 years. Somehow he snuck off to become a geologist and professor before coming back to his senses to write & lecture about microgreens and gardening. When not at the computer, he can be found in the garden, trout stream, or mountain trail with his new Springer Spaniel Caden.

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