Microgreens Growing Kit

    The kit includes
  • Growing Tray (24-inch X 16 inch X 2 inch) – 2
  • Seeds – Sunflower, Radish and Fenugreek (Open Pollinated, Non-Hybrid, organic quality, GMO Free microgreen seeds. Seed varieties are subject to change based on stock and availability)
  • Coco Peat Block – 2 no.of 650 grams

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    What are Microgreens?
  • Microgreens are the first true leaves produced from a seedling of vegetables and herbs that are about 2-3 inch tall.
  • The tiny leaves of most of the microgreens get ready for harvest in 12 to 14 days and are packed with nutrition and intense flavours imitating their mature counterparts.
  • For example, if you are eating the microgreen shoots of radish, the taste and flavour will be a lot like a radish. Similarly, beetroot microgreens taste just like beetroot and coriander microgreens taste like coriander.
  • Microgreens contain considerably higher levels of vitamins and carotenoids - about five times on an average - than their mature counterparts. Such soaring levels of nutrients help lower the risk of cancer, Alzheimer's, osteoporosis and boost heart health.
    Here are the easy step-by-step instructions you can follow to grow your very own batch of fresh, flavoursome and healthy microgreens.
  • The first step is filling the tray/container with cocopeat or place the cocopeat mat.
  • After the media is ready wet it by spraying water. Broadcast the Microgreen seeds on the media surface. Seeds can be spread densely so that you can have thicker growth of microgreens. Spread the seeds as evenly as possible else bunching of the greens will happen and lead to mold development
  • Now cover the seeds with a very thin layer of cocopeat and gently pat the surface in order to make the seeds settle well in the container.
  • Spray enough water over the media surface in order to make the surface moist, but do not flood it with water
  • The container can be kept at room temperature for about two days until germination occurs. Then choose a sunny spot to place the plant, where it receives a good amount of sunlight for at least 3-4 hours in a day.
  • Sprinkle a little water over the growing greens, twice a day. In 3-4 days’ time, you will observe small leaves growing over the media with little shoots at the bottom
  • After a week, you will be thrilled to see your tray full of healthy Microgreens. Once the plants are 2-3 inches taller, they are ready to be harvested. You can wait a little longer as well if you prefer taller shoots. Harvesting time also varies based on the variety