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Frequently Asked Questions
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- Sprouts are grown hydroponically until they germinate. The entire sprout is consumed.
- Microgreens are grown in a medium (soil) until they open their cotyledons, then harvested above the soil. The stem and leaves are consumed.
- Microgreens have lots more flavor then sprouts as they are more developed and the flavor is more concentrated at that stage.
The average person needs about 4–5 servings of vegetables per day.
Microgreens are a great way to get your veggies in!
Please note that we are not a doctor or nutritionist, but several websites that focus on calculating how much food one should eat suggest a serving size of microgreens is around 25 grams.
We are only using organic certified seeds from our supplier, and microgreens are grown using organic practices (no pesticides or insecticides).
Yes, you can grow microgreens at home all year long. Growing microgreens is a great way to stay in touch with nature even in the long winter months! There are some microgreens variety that are easier to grow then others, we will be happy to guide you if you have any questions. We sell all the equipment that you will need and instructions, click here for more details.