How to grow microgreens without soil?
Is this even possible? Does anyone know how to grow microgreens without soil?
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yes here is info
This link guides you through all the steps of growing microgreens without soil:
Yes, you should be able to do it but again - I would highly recommend going with a kit. Especially without soil. I think there are some soil alternative kits that would work well.
How to Grow Microgreens Without Soil
Here's how, no soil required:
Hello Abby: Haven't tried this, but you can give it a go :)
Here is an article from Hometalk that might help you https://www.hometalk.com/diy/grow/plants/microgreens-good-for-you-and-easy-7295774
Microgreens Good for You AND Easy?
Hello this hydroponic diy might be helpful
Can you grow microgreens without soil?
You sure can, although we do recommend in our tutorial here working with soil, just because it’s easy for most folks to source. Because these plants aren’t going to grow for very long, they don’t need the long-term nourishment from the soil. A common alternative to dirt is using hydroponic growing mats or coconut coir.
Very informative from a site that sells microgreens. They have a chat where you can discuss your thoughts and find out what they think are the best microgreens for this process. https://www.johnnyseeds.com/growers-library/tools-supplies/hydroponics/introduction-hydroponic-growing.html
I myself find it overwhelming!
I started with the Cricut joy and it’s brilliant, very straightforward and easy to use. They have thousands of already designed projects that all you have to do is cut. Using design space is a whole other story 🤦🏾♀️ But the the joy is probably a great place to start with. Good luck
Hi Abby, yes you can. Nature is a wonderful thing. I don't know if you did those experiments at school where you grow seeds on a paper towel. It's the same principle just with more seeds. Here's a video that will show you how to grow microgreen or a paper towel or coconut fiber - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UbjlCBXP7gQ
Here is how to grow them without soil: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JVxOO9VSxqs
Check this out - no soil used: https://amzn.to/3nDO210
When growing in a jar I found that frequent and thorough rinsings are very important. The sprouts need to have their water clean to ensure the best taste and growth.
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