The recent health passion of many people are microgreens kits. Those, who tried growing their own food, they stop buying it at the specialty stores. Most of my friends have indoor microgreen gardens. My favorites are hydroponic gardens that come with grow lights: they can be positioned anywhere and do not need natural sunlight. All you need is seeds (roughly 99 cents US) and any empty container into which you plant your own seeds. I will tell you a big secret: that there is no such thing as microgreens in the nature. If not clipped, microgreens become full grown plants. The next big secret is that microgreens get most of their energy from the seeds, so you don’t need soil to plant and grow.

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There are so many microgreens kits on the market that it is hard to figure out which is the best. Some use soil, some use substrate, some use mesh, some are hydroponic. There are so called simple basic kits that include only seeds and you are expected to get the rest aka soil, water, fertilizer and light on your own. If you want to save money you can simply buy the seeds in the nearest grocery, nursery or store. So what should you do about it? I used edible seeds from the bulk section of my local grocery store. I started with lentils, sunflowers, peas, beans, flax seeds, and alfalfa.

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Microgreens need a lot of seeds. While store bought veggies will have seeds in them, and they should be safe to eat, you just won’t get enough volume. Look online for microgreen or sprout specific seeds with 85% germination rate. You might be tempted to use regular seeds for vegetables or herbs. It will be an interesting experiment. Not all microgreens growing kit created equal. Some kits have soil and some no. For some microgreens, it’s advised to soak them before using to increase germination rates. The purpose of planting seeds in the soil is moisture and darkness. If you create this without soil, your microgreens do not need soil for growing stems and leaves. Soil can actually do some harm because it can be a reason of infection, bacteria, fungi.

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If you mimic the moisture and darkness by using a blackout period, your microgreens will sprout and develop in the natural way.  How can you create a blackout?  Cover your microgreen with a dark cover and keep the moisture in. I read this tip in the complete guide to growing and selling microgreens. It was a waste of time and money because the best way to learn is to learn by practice, watching youtube videos and reading forums of growers. The best way is when microgreen seeds are sprinkled on top of a soilless mix. Unless you are growing microgreens for sale you may use hydroponics.  It’s easy to harvest microgreens from small sized containers. Seed density could be 20 seeds per square inch or higher.

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Microgreen seeds are usually stored very carefully in sealed containers.

I figured out that for a black nursery I can use a flat tray. I also need some soil on the bottom, then I put seeds on top of the soil and sprinkle with water. I make a good seed to soil contacts, but I do not dig them into the soil. Here is a tip: Microgreens seeds don’t need to be planted below the soil at all. When you just put them on top of the soil, the germination rate gives great results. If you are not an inventor like me, you can buy a microgreens starter kit.

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Microgreens can be harvested when true leaves appear.

As far as growing medium, microgreens will grow in pretty much anything. The growing medium should be clean and safe because most people eat microgreens right after harvesting.  The soil, rag, substrate should be completely sterile, no smells, no fungus. Microgreens that are eaten just days after planting.

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Regular seeds are designed to be grown into full plants. Usually they’re planted in fields mechanically in large volumes. Microgreen seeds have a high germination rate. They are organic, non-treated, and non-GMO.

Absolutely, yes. Flax seeds are easy to germinate and grow. You will love its taste, not doubt.

It can be possible to generate $1,000 per week but you need to find clients and  turn your garden into a business.