Organic Microgreen Kits
$14.99 – $15.99
The Organic Home Microgreen Kits have everything you need to grow microgreens at home!
Choose the variety of Organic seeds for your kit from the drop-down menu.
Kit Includes instructions on how to get started with Home Microgreens.
|Mix, Mighty Micro||$15.99|
|Radish, Hong Vit||$15.99|
|Kale, Red Russian||$15.99|
|Kohlrabi, Purple Vienna||$15.99|
|Sunflower, Black Oil||$14.99|
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The Home Microgreens Organic Microgreen Kits come with everything you need to grow your microgreens at home!
The seeds in this Kit are non-GMO and Certified Organic.
The Kit includes all of the equipment and supplies, and you choose the variety of microgreen seeds you’d like to grow using the dropdown menu.
As soon as 7-days, you can harvest fresh microgreens minutes before using them. Vegetables, especially greens, start to lose vitamins & minerals the moment they’re cut. This is why growing your own is so important!
Growing and eating your own fresh microgreens will increase your vitamin and mineral uptake due to the freshness factor.
Remember, these are natural vitamins & minerals and not laboratory manufactured synthetic vitamins. In addition, natural vitamins are absorbed more readily than synthetics.
Organic Microgreen Kits
The Kit includes printed instructions on using the Home Microgreens Kit and special instructions for the varieties you have picked out.
The organic microgreen kits include the following items:
- Planting Tray;
- Watering Tray;
- Professional Blended Growing Soil;
- Your choice of Organic seeds, the perfect amount for the growing tray (use the dropdown box to choose your seed variety);
- Seed Shaker Bottle;
- 8-oz Spray Bottle; and
- Printed instructions.
The best part is you can purchase additional seeds and soil to grow tray after tray of microgreens. Trays of microgreens can be grown for only a couple of dollars each.
All you need is an area with some natural or artificial light and some water.
The Process is Easy!
Here’s a step-by-step outline of how easy it is to grow your own fresh microgreens.
- Unpack the box.
- Add fresh water to your spray bottle.
- Place the planting tray (the one with holes) into the watering tray (dry).
- Use the lid to level and lightly tamp the soil in the planting tray.
- Dampen the soil with the spray bottle.
- Add the microgreen seeds to your seed shaker bottle.
- Evenly spread the microgreen seeds onto the soil surface.
- Spray the seeds and soil with the spray bottle.
- Cover the seeds and soil with the lid turned upside down.
- Place a weight on the lid, cover it with a tea towel, and place it in a semi-dark location.
- After two or three days, check on the seeds. The microgreens should be lifting the lid off the tray.
- Lightly spray the seedlings with the spray bottle and place the tray under direct light (natural or artificial)—the more intense the light, the better.
- The next day, lift the planting tray out of the watering tray and add a little water. Then, slowly and gently lower the planting tray back into the watering tray.
- You will tell if the tray needs additional water just by feeling the tray’s weight.
- Wait for 7- to 14-days (depending on the light, temperature, and variety of microgreens), and you can begin to harvest your microgreens!
- Use a very sharp knife or a pair of scissors to harvest the microgreens. You don’t have to harvest the whole tray! If you don’t need all of them, let the remainder continue to grow!
- Order your next batch of microgreen seeds!
That’s all there is to it.
Simple as simple can be!
The planting tray is 37.5 square inches.
Are you not looking for complete organic microgreen kits?
We also sell Organic Kit Lites – including trays, soil, and organic seed only. Click here to see Organic Microgreen Lite Kits.
Note: The soil shipped with the Kit is in a tightly sealed plastic bag. Do not store the soil in the closed plastic bag for very long. Moisture will build up. Store the soil in a tote or open the bag and store it that way. For more information, see this post.