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Sprouts and microgreens


Larger than microgreens, baby-greens are plants that have developed at least their first set of true leaves or more, but the number of species grown as baby-green is way smaller. Usually, the plants used to obtain baby-greens are lettuce and other salad greens. Plants grown for baby-greens are started in …

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While sprouts are grown in a dark and wet medium, microgreens are grown in soil or soil-like materials such as peat mos and require high light levels, if possible natural sunlight, with low humidity and good air circulation. Microgreens seeds are planted at much lower density compared to the seeds …

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Sprouting is the practice of germinating seeds. The shoots of germinated seeds are then to be eaten raw in salads and sandwiches or cooked in vegetable dishes, soups, stews, casseroles or stirfry. They are an excellent source of vitamins, minerals and proteins. The most common types of seeds used for …

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