Overview of red microgreens: Review of top 5 types, with tips for growing fast and tasty
Overview of red microgreens: Review of top 5 types, with tips for growing fast and tasty

Are you looking for a way to add more nutrition and color to your diet? Red microgreens are a great option. In this article we will discuss what red microgreens are, how to grow them successfully, and their potential health benefits and uses. Read on for more information about these tiny powerhouses of nutrition!

Article content includes:

  1. Overview of Red Microgreens 
  • What are microgreens?
  • Which microgreens are red?
  1. Tips for Growing Healthy, Tasty Red Micro Greens (general info)
  2. Top 5 Types of Red Microgreens with growing instructions and photos
  • Radish Red Rambo microgreens
  • Amaranth microgreens
  • Kohlrabi microgreens
  • Sorrel microgreens
  • Beetroot microgreens
  1. Benefits and Uses of Red Micro Greens




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Identifying Edible Flowers & Interesting Facts about them (with pictures)
Identifying Edible Flowers & Interesting Facts about them (with pictures)

Edible flowers are a fantastic way to add more flavor, texture and color to your life and dishes. They are often used as a creative and innovative ingredient in the world of cuisine, providing an interesting twist on everyday dishes.

In this article there are some edible flowers you can look out for and some interesting facts about them:

  • learn what are edible flowers, 
  • find out how edible flowers looks and taste,
  • get some tips how to grow them,
  • discover the selection of edible flowers, 
  • understand how edible flowers can be used in cooking, 
  • and their nutrition benefits. 
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The pros and cons of coco coir vs cocomats for cultivating microgreens
The pros and cons of coco coir vs cocomats for cultivating microgreens

Coco Coir is a 100% organic growing medium made from coconuts. It is an ideal material for cultivating microgreens, as it is lightweight, has excellent water retention properties, and allows for good oxygenation of the plants’ roots.


In this article, we explore coco coir and cocomats – two popular materials for cultivating microgreens. We’ll look at the pros and cons of each material to help you decide which is best for your own microgreen cultivation project. Learn more about coco coir vs cocomats now!

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Will microgreens regrow after cutting?
Will microgreens regrow after cutting?

Which microgreens regrow after cutting?

Are you a microgreens grower and wondered what happen if you leave after cutting your micro plants roots in soil medium and keep under sunlight? Will they start their life once again and give you next crop after another week? 

Many growers tried to regrow their microgreens. 

Beetween many various crops you can grow as microgreens, there are few that can be regrown multiple times. 

Is that Radish, Red Rambo Microgreens? 

Will Broccolli, Calabrese Micro plants regrow?

or maybe Sunflower Microgreens will grow one more time after cutting?

 

There is only one answer to it!- NO!

Only one variety of Microgreens can regrow and it's the one with the biggest seeds..

Pea, Frilly microgreens have one special advantage - they can get multiple crops after only one sowing.

 

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Pea Microgreens Shoots- How to grow them fast and easy?
Pea Microgreens Shoots- How to grow them fast and easy?

Some of you may know, but not everyone that you can grow Pea Microgreens in two different ways!


 

None of it is better or worse, it's just different. The first one can be easier for growing for profit, if you are  in need of space. The second one can be a little easier for growing microgreens at home when you try to do as less mess as possible. 

I think  that you should try to grow Pea Microgreens using both methods and decide whiche one works better for you. 

Method 1

Soak them for 12 hours.

Drain all water

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Microgreens Seeds - Soak or not to Soak?
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Many growers ask if it's essential to soak all the microgreens seeds before sowing.

There are many vaireties of microgreens, some of them needs to be soaked to sprout properly, some of them shouldn't - it kills their sprouting ratio. There is also a variety that can be soaked but it's not obligatory.

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Growing Sunflower Microgreens
Growing Sunflower Microgreens

Have you ever wondered how to grow perfect Sunflower Microgreens? Hulls are hard to get off the cotyledons? Weak sprouting ratio? Following you can find main rules to follow and grow Sunflower Microgreens like a pro.

 


 

Boost your sprouting ratio!

Best way to do it is to soak the seeds. Just place them in the bucket, rinse and drain them properly 2-3 times to get rid of the dust. Now pour in the water and leave for 6-8 hours. They will float on the surface, so push them with another bucket from the top. 

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