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growing lettuce indoors

How To Grow Lettuce Indoors

How to Grow Lettuce IndoorsGrowing lettuce indoors is not only easy but economical too! Although not technically a microgreen, we’re going to categorize it as such because we harvest baby leaf lettuce before it’s a mature plant. We’ll show you how to grow lettuce indoors from seed to harvest.  The methods, steps, and equipment we use are […]

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onion microgreen tray

Growing Onion Microgreens and Leeks Too!

How to Grow Onion Microgreens and Leeks Too!Very few people think about onion microgreens as a thing. But let me tell you, onions and leek microgreens are fantastic additions to almost any food dish. In reality, they are tiny spring onions or green onions.  Just because onion microgreens are these small thin strands doesn’t mean their flavor […]

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Learn How to Grow Microgreens – Fayetteville YMCA Garden Club

Information on the PresentationOn February 5th, we will give a Learn How To Grow Microgreens presentation at the Fayetteville YMCA. The Y is located in the Towne Center. The presentation starts at 10:30 AM and will go for about an hour (Map below). The talk will discuss which microgreens are easy to grow, where to grow and care […]

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bull's blood beet microgreens

Bull’s Blood Beet Microgreens – The Secret To Removing Seed Husks

We love Bull’s Blood beet microgreens. Look at the color of those microgreens in the cover photo, as well as in the photograph below.  They’re spectacular! Beet microgreens have more going for them than looks. They taste distinctively like beetroot with earthy overtones. However, beet microgreens do have one downfall. The problem is the seed husk or […]

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How To Grow Sunflower Microgreens At Home

How to Grow Sunflower Microgreens at HomeSunflower microgreens are very popular as they are delicious, juicy, and nutritious. Their mild flavor means you can use sunflower microgreens on sandwiches, in salads, as last-minute additions in dishes. The sweet, nutty flavor and crunchy texture make sunflower microgreens a great healthy stand-alone snack. Sunflowers will be a staple microgreen […]

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Microgreens Seed Calculator – Find the Perfect Seeding Density

Home Microgreens Seed CalculatorUse this Home Microgreens seed calculator to determine the perfect seeding density for your microgreen trays.  We’ve covered aspects of microgreen seed density and calculating the perfect seed density in several articles, see below for links to those articles. The reason for multiple articles is because seeding density is vital for both commercial and […]

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how to grow broccoli microgreens

How to Grow Broccoli Microgreens – Super Easy

Broccoli microgreens are one of the easiest and quickest microgreens to grow. Not only that, but broccoli microgreens pack a lot of nutrition and health benefits in a small serving size. Almost every microgreen vendor at farmers markets carry broccoli microgreens, one of the reasons is because they’re one of the most well-known microgreens among consumers. There are […]

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How to Grow Genovese Basil Microgreens

Genovese basil is the most common variety of basil grown by both commercial and home microgreen growers. Basil’s popularity among foodies and chefs is because Genovese basil adds such intense fresh flavor to a wide variety of food. Genovese, also called sweet basil, is also packed with vitamins and vital nutrients. Basil is often labeled as a […]

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How to Grow Cilantro Microgreens

Cilantro microgreens are my favorite microgreens to eat. Their flavor adds so much freshness to food and can be used as a topping or as an ingredient. For some reason, many references suggest that cilantro is moderate to difficult to grow. We don’t find that to be the case. Ok, they’re not the fastest growing microgreen, but […]

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