The benefits of growing your own

Growing microgreens, such as wheatgrass and broccoli, is quick, easy and rewarding. Within 7-14 days, you will begin to enjoy the fruits of your labour! Why is growing wheatgrass and other microgreens so rewarding? You know what’s in it and can be confident that it is pesticide and insecticide free. It’s quick! Within 7-14 days you will…

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Completeness

While it is theoretically possible to obtain all your nutritional needs from the foods you eat, research shows that most people in developed countries – particularly those where the westernised diet is the dominant one – don’t even come close to meeting the daily nutritional intake of essential nutrients. There is a big difference between…

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Growing Microgreens Step By Step

The sure to sprout pad is the most revolutionary product for growing micro-greens and wheatgrass on the market. Inert, sterile and PH neutral – this product is bound to revolutionise your growing experience!

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Growing watercress

Growing watercress

Watercress can be planted all year round. Days to germination – 8 to 12 days Days to harvest – 50 to 60 days Light requirements – Full sun and partial shade Water requirements – Constant moisture

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What Is Wheatgrass?

What Is Wheatgrass?

Wheatgrass is the luscious green grass that comes from the very young wheat plant. It is harvested early when it is young, vibrant and full of rich green chlorophyll. If left to grow, it forms a shaft of wheat and produces a grain ñ a very different food altogether. When the grass is squeezed, a…

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Sprouting Seeds Simply

1. Soak half a cup of organic seeds (mung beans, sunflowers etc.) overnight in a bowl of fresh filtered water. 2. The next morning, drain water and rinse well  3. Place in a damp sprouting back (cheese cloth or nut milk bag) or a sprouting glass jar with a cheese cloth cover or mesh. 4….

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How to start sprouting

How to start sprouting

Sprouting seeds are consumed very early in its growth cycle. In approximately 2-5 days, your sprouters will produce sprouts ready to consume. In its early stage of the cycle, sprouts accumulate massive amounts of energy which will soon power a rapid growth spurt. It is this energy that is captured in the sprouts as protein…

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