What temperature do microgreens need to grow healthy and strong? We’ve got the answers! The right temperature can speed up germination. Learn more.
If you’re growing microgreens at home and they look pale and leggy, you’ll need to use a grow light. Here’s how to find the best LED light for microgreens.
Can dogs eat microgreens, really? Yes, most microgreens are safe, with the exception of a few which can be toxic. Avoid feeding your dog these micros.
Fava bean (aka broad bean) is high in fiber and protein. Grow your own fava bean microgreens to introduce a new and nutritious way to eat this legume.
Growing onion microgreens is faster than growing the mature version of the veggie and still provides a potent onion flavor. Learn how to grow your own!
Looking for the best types of microgreens to grow? After some research, we’ve compiled a list of 12 of the best selling micros, according to big suppliers.
Food safety is top of mind when it comes to raw produce, and microgreens are no exception. Here are some tips on preventing foodborne illness.
Microgreens can be grown outside in a garden (if conditions are right). If you’re thinking of growing microgreens outdoors, read up on some helpful tips first.
Spice up boring sandwiches with a tasty and healthy ingredient: microgreens! Here’s a roundup of 9 microgreens sandwich ideas to maximize flavor.
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