Mustard microgreens produce a mild but sweet and spicy flavor to your next meal. It’s one of the more popular spices in the world! They are very much like other microgreens, tender and juicy, and filled with nutrition.
What Are Mustard Microgreens?
Mustard Microgreens comes in different types, some spicier than others, like the red mustard. This more mildly version is also known as the mustard spinach.
|Growing period||8-12 days|
|Flavor||Mildly sweet but spicy mustard flavor, close to horseradish|
The mustard as a microgreen is nothing like the mustard you buy in the supermarket. Growing your own mustard microgreens you will get a mini-veggie high in healthy nutrients.
The mustard is a plant species in the genera Brassica and Sinapis in the family Brassicaceae. Historically it has been used as a spicy grown both in Asia, Europe, and the Americas.
General Nutrition & Benefits
The mustard microgreens are full of nutrition and have a high content of Vitamins A, B6, C, E, and K. They are also containing antioxidants and high in carbohydrates, protein, fiber, folate, calcium, iron and sodium.
How to Grow Mustard Microgreens
Mustard microgreens are very easy to grow and they are ready to be harvested in about two weeks.
|Growing timeline (estimated)|
|Preferred medium||Coco Coir, Soil or Hydroponic mat|
|Avg. seed weight (10/20 tray)||1 oz|
|Germination period (blackout)||Day 1-3|
|Growth time (sunlight)||Day 4-7|
The seeds are small and germinate and grow fast. You don’t have to presoak the seeds but you can get right to it!
They can be planted in both soil and hydroponic growth medium. You spread the seeds evenly across your tray and if growing in soil, you can spread some soil on top.
The results are a crop of tall microgreens with upright stems that makes harvesting easy.
The mustard microgreens make a great choice to sandwiches, mix in salads, and to sprinkle over soups.