Grow Microgreens in a Small Space

October 2, 2018

Microgreens can be grown year-round in side your house. They do not take up much room and grow quickly. You need only about 2 square feet of space to grow a full tray of microgreens. Microgreens need bright light as they germinate. Grow with LED or HOT5 fluorescent grow lamps.

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Shallow trays and bowls make good containers for growing microgreens. Harvest after the seedlings have developed only a few true leaves, which typically occurs in 9 to 14 days. Use sharp scissors or herb snips to cut the greens off just above where they are rooting. Use fresh as harvested microgreens don't keep long in the refrigerator.

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