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    Buy our best heirloom desi naatu microgreen seeds for home consumption. We have a wide range starting from spinach microgreen, mustard, sunflower, flax, and fenugreek microgreen seeds. Each packet is sufficient for one salad. Do use our cocopeat to germinate the microgreens.

    Microgreen seeds, which are gathered shortly after sprouting, are tiny seeds of various plants, including vegetables, herbs, and flowers. These seeds are loaded with vital nutrients and are frequently used as a salad or smoothie element.

      Basil, chia, radish, mustard, spinach, fenugreek, amaranth, and coriander are some of the widely used seeds in India for cultivating microgreens.

        Microgreens can be successfully grown indoors, yes. All you require is a container, top-notch soil, and enough light.

          Depending on the type of seed used, microgreens might take anywhere from 7 to 14 days to mature.

            Microgreens should be grown at a temperature of 15 to 25 °C.

              Yes, you can grow microgreens in hydroponic systems or with other growing mediums without needing soil.

                Yes, you can grow microgreens in hydroponic systems or with other growing mediums without needing soil.

                  Microgreens require artificial light or indirect sunlight to flourish. The leaves may burn or wilt when exposed to direct sunlight.

                    No, sprouts and microgreens are not the same. Sprouts are grown without soil and harvested before the leaves emerge, whereas microgreens are cultivated in soil and harvested after the sprouting stage.

                      Reusing soil to cultivate microgreens is not advised since it can contain pathogens.

                        Keep microgreen seeds away from dampness and direct sunshine in a cool, dry location.

                          Microgreens can be harvested by trimming the stems with clean scissors or a knife slightly above the soil’s surface.

                            If properly preserved in a sealed container in the refrigerator, microgreens last for around 5 to 7 days after harvest.

                              Microgreens do contain important nutrients and are safe to eat.

                                Yes, you may use microgreens in your cooking to give food more flavour, nutrients, and texture.

                                  To fertilise microgreens, use organic fertilisers like compost or worm castings. Steer clear of chemical fertilisers.

                                    Use pest-resistant seed kinds, clean your growing area regularly, and use organic pest management techniques to keep pests at bay.

                                      Use high-quality soil, enough lighting, appropriate watering, and maintain ideal temperatures and humidity levels to make sure your microgreens develop effectively.

                                        If you maintain ideal growth conditions, you can grow microgreens all year long in India.

                                          Online marketplaces, gardening supply stores, and plant nurseries like Nurserylive are venues where you may get microgreen seeds in India. For the best results, make careful to purchase high-quality seeds.

                                            Organic microgreen seeds are those that are raised and taken out at the beginning of the plant’s development. They are a great supplement to any nutritious diet because they are nutrient-dense.

                                              To grow organic microgreens from seeds, you need a shallow container, soil, and organic microgreen seeds. Sow the seeds evenly and cover them lightly with soil. Water them regularly and keep them in a warm and bright place. In a few days, you will see the seeds sprouting.

                                                You’ll need a small container, soil, and organic microgreen seeds to start growing microgreens from seeds. Spread the seeds out evenly, then lightly cover them with earth. Keep them in a warm, well-lit area, and water them frequently. You will observe the seeds sprouting in a few days.

                                                  Organic microgreens can be grown indoors, yes. They may be grown in trays or containers and are ideal for small-space gardening.

                                                    The best organic microgreen seeds for newbies are mustard, radish, broccoli, and kale. They need little work and are simple to grow.

                                                      Depending on the variety and growing circumstances, organic microgreens take between 7 and 14 days to develop.

                                                        Organic microgreen seeds develop in nutrient-rich soil, so they don’t need fertiliser. If you wish to accelerate their growth, you can add organic fertilisers like compost tea or fish emulsion.

                                                          Cut organic microgreens with scissors slightly above the soil level to collect them. Before using them, give them a good rinse and dry them off.

                                                            Reusing soil for organic microgreens is not advised since it may contain dangerous bacteria or fungi. The best soil to use for each batch of microgreens is new dirt.

                                                              Organic microgreen seeds are an affordable method to include wholesome greens in your diet because they are competitively priced.

                                                                The quantity of microgreens you wish to grow and the size of your container will determine how many organic microgreen seeds you need. To avoid overcrowding, it’s a good idea to scatter the seeds equally.

                                                                  Yes, gluten-free organic microgreen seeds are safe for those who have celiac disease or gluten intolerance.

                                                                    Yes, it’s simple to store seeds for organic microgreens. Keep them away from direct sunlight in a cool, dry area in an airtight container.

                                                                      Organic microgreens can indeed be consumed uncooked. They can be included in salads, sandwiches, and smoothies and are finest when eaten fresh.

                                                                        Sprouts are germinated seeds that are grown in water and collected before they form leaves, whereas organic microgreens are grown in soil and harvested at the beginning of the plant’s growth. Compared to sprouts, microgreens are more nutrient-rich and flavorful.

                                                                          Yes, hydroponics can be used to cultivate organic microgreens. They may be grown without soil and are ideal for hydroponic setups.

                                                                            Including organic microgreens in salads, sandwiches, and smoothies is the healthiest way to consume them. They can also be added to soups and stir-fries as a garnish or topper.

                                                                              When placed in an airtight container or plastic bag and kept in the refrigerator, organic microgreens survive for about 5-7 days. To get the most nutritional value from them, it is better to eat them fresh.

                                                                                Organic microgreens shouldn’t be frozen because doing so can change their flavour and texture.

                                                                                  Yes, organic microgreens are safe to consume while expecting because they are packed with nutrients that will be good for both the mother and the unborn child. To get rid of any dirt or bacteria, it is crucial to wash them completely before eating.