Mung Bean Microgreens Seeds
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Mung Beans seeds for microgreens and sprouts
Mung Beans are one of the most important legume vegetables in China and are widely used there. Sprouts of this bean are very tasty and firm.
Cultivation tips for sprouts:
If you're looking to cultivate sprouts from mung beans, the process is simple and straightforward - soak your seeds for 12 hours then place them in a sprouter for up to 2-4 days. They should be eaten straight forward. To ensure optimal flavour and nutrition, don't leave them exposed to too much light or heat! Enjoy harvesting and eating fresh delectable sprouts at home or glasshouse anytime.
Cultivation tips for microgreens:
Interested in cultivating mung bean microgreens? Here are a few tips to get you started! Soak the seeds for 12 hours, then give them 3-4 days to germinate. The light growing phase will take another three days - but make sure not to use too much light exposure or your plants may become fibrous. For thicker stems, some growers like using ethelyne during certain stages of growth as practiced in China.
They are a rich source of protein and minerals: Potassium, Phosphorus, Calcium, Magnesium, Sodium, Zinc and vitamins: E, B2, B1, B6, B3.
|Seed Category:||Microgreens Seeds|
|Latin Name:||Vigna radiata|
|Seed count per gram:||10 seeds|
|Sow density 10x20 tray:||215 grams|
|Sprout in low temp.:||No|
|Soaking:||Yes up to 8 Hours|
|Blackout Time:||3-4 days|
|Total growing time:||8-9 days|
|Stem Color:||White to Pink|
|Nutrition benefits:||E, B1, B2, B3, B6, Ca, Mg, P|
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