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Red Amaranth Microgreens
Red Garnet Amaranth Microgreens stands out with its beautiful and intense red and purple color! These small and delicate microgreens don't grow tall, but they will make...

Can Microgreens Be Dehydrated?

Dehydration is an easy and cost-effective way to make fruits and vegetables last longer, but what about Microgreens? Growing them is a...

Alfalfa (Medicago sativa)

Alfalfa is one of the healthiest microgreens you can eat. Jampacked with nutritions, they give you a good crunch with a mild...

Do Grow Lights Provide Heat too?

Microgreens require the full-spectrum light to grow. When you are growing indoors, and you can't provide natural sunlight, then using grow lights...

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The 14 Best Microgreen Growing Kits You Can Buy Today

So you’ve decided you want to grow microgreens and you want to purchase a growing kit so you can dive straight in....

The 12 Best Microgreen Trays on the Market

The benefits of growing microgreens are that they can be grown all year anywhere you live. The reason is that they can...

8 Common Microgreen Problems and How to Fix Them

Growing microgreens is easy. You don't need many resources and it's fairly quickly. Nevertheless, you can always run into different problems which...

When Should Microgreens Be Harvested?

Do you have microgreens ripe for harvest but not entirely sure if they are ready to be picked? To help you ensure...

The 2 Best Ways to Store Microgreens After Harvest

Everyone’s had the unfortunate moment of opening their fridge to find their once crunchy greens soggy and inedible. Microgreens are especially susceptible...

Microgreens

Red Garnet Amaranth (Amaranthus tricolour)

Red Garnet Amaranth Microgreens stands out with its beautiful and intense red and purple color! These small and delicate microgreens don't grow...

Alfalfa (Medicago sativa)

Alfalfa is one of the healthiest microgreens you can eat. Jampacked with nutritions, they give you a good crunch with a mild...

Watercress (Nasturtium officinale)

You often find watercress as leaves to be mixed in salads. They are super low in calories, but jampacked with nutrients. It...

Wheatgrass (Triticum aestivum)

Wheatgrass microgreens are very easy to grow and popular for use in smoothies and juices. They derive from the Triticum aestivum plant. This amazing...

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