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.
Most crops benefit from fertilizer to boost nutrient uptake, but microgreens are no ordinary crops. Here’s what you need to know about microgreen fertilizer.
When growing a batch of microgreens, a growing tray plays an essential role. Here are 4 key factors to look for in the best trays for microgreens.
Whether you’re looking for something mild, tangy, nutty, sweet, or spicy, we’ve got you covered. Here’s our list of 10 best tasting microgreens.
Noticed mold on your microgreens? You’re not alone. Luckily, there are ways to prevent it. Here are 9 simple tips on how to prevent mold on microgreens.
To soak or not to soak before sowing? We’ll answer that burning question along with how long to soak microgreen seeds if needed. Let’s take a closer look.
If your backyard flock needs some variety and nutrients in their fodder during the winter, you can grow microgreens for chickens! Here’s what you need to know.
Want to boost nutrients in your diet? Add some microgreens! These tiny greens are great blended. Here’s a roundup of the best microgreens for smoothies.
Want glowing skin? Eating these small green plants packed with antioxidants and nutrients can help. Here’s a list of 5 microgreens benefits for skin.
Sprouting seeds for birds is easier than you think. Not only does sprouting boost nutrient intake, it also adds some variety to bird diets. Here’s how to do it.
If you have a huge batch of microgreens, you might wonder, can microgreens be frozen? Yes, you can, but you might want to try dehydrating them instead!
Fragile and tender, keep your micros in the fridge to extend their shelf life. So how long do microgreens last in the fridge? Let’s take a closer look.
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