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Different types of microgreens seeds

Updated: Apr 25, 2020


This blog will highlight a range of microgreens seeds that can be grown indoors. There are many varieties that can be experimented with. While there are a few different methods used to grow microgreens, our experience is with using high quality microgreens pad.

micro arugula

Brassicaceae family

(Cauliflower, broccoli, cabbage, watercress, radish and arugula)

Arugula

Growing Advice

* Can germinate in temperatures as low as 45 degrees F.

* Easy and fast crop to grow.

* Seeds are relatively cheap.

* Make sure you use the right amount of seeds.

Harvesting Advice

* Normally quick and simple to harvest.

* Shortage of air flow makes this crop vulnerable to rot.

 
gourmet lettuce

Asteraceae family

(Lettuce, endive, chicory and radicchio)

Endive

Growing Advice

* Germinate and grow in cold conditions.

* Over seeding can lead to stunted growth

* pH sensitive, so please keep it under 7.

Harvesting Advice

* Due to how close endive grows to the medium, use a microgreens pad.