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    What Lights Do I Need to Grow Microgreens?

    Microgreens grow well under a variety of light sources. This means it is easy to start where you are and add on as your needs and your available funds increase. A few trays in a sunny window for the home grower, up through multiple vertical ra...
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    How and When to Use 10x10 Microgreen Trays to Grow Nutrient-Packed Greens

    10x10 microgreens trays are perfect for those who want to grow microgreens in a small space, such as a windowsill or countertop. Learn about the best ways to use 1010s. 
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    How to Disinfect Seeds Before Planting and Sprouting

    There are a few different and effective ways to disinfect seeds. The three most commonly recommended and effective treatments for sanitizing seeds are hydrogen peroxide, calcium hypochlorite or vinegar. The best method for you to use will often depend on the planned end use ...
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    Top Ten Microgreens to Grow

    Microgreens are easy to grow, quick to produce, and require only a small investment. Learn about the top 10 of the best microgreens to grow.

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    Melted Havarti Sandwich with Microgreens & Apricot Preserves

    This sweet and savory melted havarti sandwich with microgreens & apricot preserves is a tasty and healthy meal that can be served hot or cold.  It’s the PERFECT sandwich for spring or summer!  Pack this sandwich to your next picnic to enjoy a dish packed full o...
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    Microgreen & White Bean Salad

    Learn how to make this microgreen and bean salad ahead of time for grab-and-go meals, discover substitutions to keep the flavors exciting and find resources for growing microgreens at home!
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    Stacking trays of Microgreens

    The common practice of stacking microgreen trays is useful for encouraging even germination and saving space in the grow room. Following a few best practices and the optional sterilizing procedure can help you to get consistent results when growing microgreens at any s...
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    Mold on Microgreens- How to Combat and Prevent Mold

    "Mold or root hairs?" has to be one of the most common questions new growers have when growing their first tray of microgreens.  There are however some distinct differences.
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    How to Water Microgreens | Which Method is Best?

    Microgreens can be watered in several different ways, by way of top watering, bottom watering, and in a flood and drain system. Learn about the different methods of watering and which is best.

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    6 Common Microgreen Problems and How to Solve Them

    It happens to every grower at some point, that tray of microgreens that just doesn’t germinate evenly. Why does this happen? There are a number of possible causes of spotty trays. In order to fix the problem you’ll need to diagnose it first. 
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    10 of the Tastiest Ways to Enjoy Microgreens

    Looking to step up your culinary game at home with fresh, nutritious microgreens?Microgreens can bring a surprising amount of flavor, texture, and color to dishes. If you just grew your first tray, or need some new microgreen recipe ideas to share with your customers, th...

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    Reusing Spent Trays of Cut Microgreens

    After your microgreens are cut, what do you do with the spent (harvested) tray? The leftover roots, stems, and growing media can be used to augment your growing or homesteading efforts in a number of ways.
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    What Can Microgreens Do for Your Health?

    Microgreens are a trending topic these days.  Are they all they're cracked up to be?  As a grower myself, I was interested to find out the truth.
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    To start a microgreens farm, you will need racks, lights, trays, and climate control like heat/AC, fans, and a dehumidifier. You will also need to invest in ongoing supplies like seeds, packaging/labels, and your growing medium.

    Research local restaurants, caterers, and event spaces in your area and arrange to meet. Also, find out if you have a local farmers' market in your area.

    The best way to manage mold on microgreens is prevention. If you have microgreens that are contaminated with mold, the best thing to do is toss out the microgreens, sanitize your trays, and correct any issues in your growing area.

    Some places may require specific licenses or insurance for operating a food-related business, so check with your town, state, or local agencies.