Two of the most popular of the micro-green mixed together.
Gelatinous seeds form a gel-like sac around the seed in the presence of water. They get gooey, hard to manage and will not sprout using conventional methods such as a jar sprouter or a tray sprouter. What to do?
There are three ways to sprout gelatinous seeds. You can sprout them in soil, you can sprout them using a terra cotta tray sprouter or you can sprout them in a plastic tray sprouter using one of our sure to grow mats.
The soil absorbs the gooey stuff and you can sprout as usual making certain the soil is damp and moist but not pooled with water.
The terra cotta tray sprouter is similiar to sprouting in soil as the clay is absorbant as well.
Our sure to grow mats will also absorb the gooey stuff so that you can sprout as usual.
Gelatinous seeds do not do well in jar sprouters.
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These are amazing ... they sprouted in 3 days and greened up in 2. High volume of sprouts to seeds (little unsprouted seeds). They also taste wonderful! I highly recommend these for easy sprouting with high yield for beginners.
Very happy with the sprout house, easy and convenient for you're every day seeds. I bought five pounds of micro greens, I will be buying again!
Arugula & Cress
They are sprouting perfectly thank you <3
Arugula and Cress Mix
Clean seeds sprouting 1 day after soaking period
I wanted to sprout other seeds besides the usual mung beans and I'm very pleased that these seeds are clean (no debris) and sprouted after the requisite soaking period. I'll be back for more soon!