Microgreen Seeds

When choosing seeds for microgreens, it is important to pick organic and non-GMO seeds. This will give your plants the best chance to nourish you and your family while also giving you a plentiful harvest. The key is to choose seeds that are high quality and will produce a healthy plant. There are many sources for organic and non-GMO seeds, so do some research to find the best option for you. Once you have found a good source, make sure to read the instructions on the package carefully. This will ensure that you plant the seeds correctly and give them the best chance to germinate. With a little care and attention, you can grow healthy microgreens that are packed with nutrients.

I have had great success with radish and broccoli seeds from a small family-owned farm called Country Acres. Their radish seeds seem to sprout very quickly and evenly, and the plants have always been very healthy. The broccoli seeds from Country Acres have also germinated well and produced vigorous plants. I’ve also had good luck with microgreens from True Leaf. They have a wide variety of seeds, so it’s easy to find something new to try. Overall, I highly recommend both True Leaf and Country Acres for their quality seeds and excellent customer service.

These radish microgreens were grown in 4 days using Country Acres radish seeds.


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