This MICROGREEN book is a step by step guide that demonstrates how simple microgreens are to grow. Beautifully illustrated with images with simple instructions to follow and each step includes suggested uses, germination times, ideal growing conditions and more.
Step by step guidelines are illustrated with clear diagrams for growing in the soil and using the hydroponic methods. In just weeks, you can build a lovely garden in your kitchen or on your balcony!
Absolutely wonderful & extremely helpful book on how to grow microgreens!
I highly recommend this micro green book if you are interested in getting started growing micro greens…Great book for beginners!
~ David M.
Very Good Microgreens Book on how to grow different kinds of seeds. Highly Recommended!
~ Erica C.
Microgreens are mini-greens grown at home: they are bigger than sprouts and smaller than baby salad greens. They are classified as microgreens after the cotyledons (seed leaves) appear to have produced at least two true leaves. They also provide your food with flavor, color, texture and nutrition.
They can be grown in pots, saucers, containers, boxes of Styrofoam, or in a garden bed. You can have a variety of vegetables with only a few small containers.
This book is perfect for anyone who wants to begin growing their own Microgreens by building their own Microgreen Growing System and also wishes to learn the space required, equipment needed and all the best Microgreen Growing Tips from a master Microgreen grower.
There are many books available in the market today on Microgreens but EVERY effort has been made for making this book as interesting and informative as possible.
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Q: What is a microgreen?
A: Microgreens are small, edible plants older than a sprout but younger than a full-grown plant.
Q: What are the best plants to grow as microgreens
A: Because microgreens are widely used to add “zing” to a main course or salad, the most popular varieties are the spicy ones.
Q: What kind of soil does microgreens require?
A: Although many hydroponic growers use no soil to produce microgreens, growing in soil is easier for most small growers.