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WHEATGRASS, HARD RED WINTER WHEAT SPROUTING SEEDS MICROGREENS Bulk 1kg

SKU: Sprouts Wheatgrass
Regular price 19.99
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The sprouts can be used for wheatgrass, sprouted wheat bread, or short sprouts. Winter wheat grows dark green grass with a wide blade.

These dry seeds can be stored in the fridge for up to 1 year.

*Canada only. Sorry no USA sales for this item*

Soaking time: 4-6 hours

Harvest: 7-9 days

These larger sprout seeds are generally grown on an organic soil mix. Use a tray that has holes for water to drain. Place the seeds just under the surface of the soil, and water in. After 3-5 days your sprouts will be ready for some bright light or filtered sun. After 7-9 days they should be ready to harvest. Cut with clean scizzors and wash the sprouts. They will need to be dried before storing; a salad spinner or fan can help. Store in a sealed container in the fridge.

WHEATGRASS, HARD RED WINTER WHEAT SPROUTING SEEDS MICROGREENS Bulk 1kg

SKU: Sprouts Wheatgrass
Regular price 19.99
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Description

The sprouts can be used for wheatgrass, sprouted wheat bread, or short sprouts. Winter wheat grows dark green grass with a wide blade.

These dry seeds can be stored in the fridge for up to 1 year.

*Canada only. Sorry no USA sales for this item*

Soaking time: 4-6 hours

Harvest: 7-9 days

These larger sprout seeds are generally grown on an organic soil mix. Use a tray that has holes for water to drain. Place the seeds just under the surface of the soil, and water in. After 3-5 days your sprouts will be ready for some bright light or filtered sun. After 7-9 days they should be ready to harvest. Cut with clean scizzors and wash the sprouts. They will need to be dried before storing; a salad spinner or fan can help. Store in a sealed container in the fridge.