If you’ve never tried sprouting fenugreek, you’re missing out. They’re tasty and also healthy. Check out the health benefits, plus how to sprout and use fenugreek.
The best part of growing your own sprouts is eating them! So, how do you know when to harvest sprouts? We’ve put together a handy sprout maturity chart to help.
Are sprouts hard to digest? Here’s what you need to know about the sprouting process and how it helps with digestion.
If you’re new to sprouting, you may be wondering, what does mold on sprouts look like? We’ll show you how to tell the difference between normal root hairs vs. mold.
If you want to grow your own healthy sprouts, the key to success is in the rinsing. Here’s how to rinse sprout seeds to help you get the most of your greens.
Normally, sprouts aren’t supposed to smell much like anything. So, if your sprouts smell like death, here’s a roundup of reasons why your sprouts smell bad.
A guide to growing cabbage in winter, a cold-hardy vegetable. Plant a few varieties of late-maturing cabbage to enjoy all winter long.
A guide to growing kale in winter (because a source of fresh greens is always welcome). Kale is a cold-hardy biennial vegetable that becomes tastier after a touch of frost.
Growing kale in containers indoors is a great way to secure a year-round source of leafy greens. Make sure you have adequate sunlight for healthy kale.
A guide to growing swiss chard indoors in containers. Chard has an undeveloped root making it a great plant to grow in pots.
Faster than growing from seed, here’s how to grow goji berries from cuttings.
How to grow corn shoots (aka popcorn shoots), a surprisingly sweet and tasty snack. All you need are seeds, a shallow container and soil to get started.
Looking to start a microgreens business? Here’s a guide to finding the most profitable microgreens.
A comparison between microgreens vs sprouts; a rundown on similarities and key differences. Sprouts are eaten whole, while microgreens are harvested just above the soil line.
Roll up your sleeves and let’s learn how to grow microgreens indoors! Microgreens don’t require a lot of space or fancy equipment to grow. In a few weeks, you can enjoy these nutrient-packed greens.
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