5 Exotic Microgreens! 🌱
We, here at True Leaf Market, are always looking for new and exotic seed varieties for microgreen growing. Along with finding really tasty and beautiful strains of tried-and-true varieties like radish and mustard, we'll come across some truly unique seeds that you may ...
By now, we’re all familiar with fertilizer when it comes to growing garden vegetables and flowers. When the cotyledon leaves appear on your seedlings, it’s a sign your young plant has used its reserves and its roots are now searching for additional nutrition in the so...
Frequently Asked Questions
Q:What are the differences between your hydroponic pads?
**A:**We have actually written an article about this on our blog page. Check it out here.
Q: Are your Seeds Organic and why not?
A: Microgreens seeds tend to be very expensive compared to sprouting seeds. As such, we c...
Growing Microgreens in Soil
Instructions - Microgreens Soil Method
Welcome to the world of growing your own microgreens!. You can grow outdoors in warm seasons, or indoors all year long… even if you have limited space. It’s literally counter top gardening. Microgreens are inexpensive, fun to grow and cover a wide variety o...
How to Grow Microgreens Hydroponically
Instructions - Microgreens Hydroponic Method
Welcome to the world of growing your own micro greens. You can grow outdoors in warm seasons, or indoors all year long… even if you have limited space. It’s literally counter top gardening. Microgreens are inexpensive, fun to grow and cover a wide var...
Microgreening or Sprouting Mucilaginous Seeds
Sprouting and Microgreening with Mucilaginous Seeds
Some of you may have been sprouting and/or microgreening for some time and come across seeds that react different to water than other seeds. They get sticky and take longer to germ, making it disheartening if you haven’t dealt with these kin...
Microgreens How to Videos
Mini Microgreens Kits
Growing Microgreens - pH Balancing Your Water
Growing Microgreens - Hydroponic Method Part 1
Growing Microgreens - Hydroponic Method Part 2
Growing Microgreens - Soil Method Part 1
Growing Microgreens - Soil Method Part 2
Growing Microgreens - Harvesting, Rins...
Problems with Mold ?
Mold will look quite "webby" and spread over multiple seeds. Very healthy seedlings will produce root hairs, sometimes called absorbent hairs. They are visible to the naked eye and are only found on the root.
If you think you have mold, we have an article that talks more about it here. Since mold...
What are Microgreens?
What are Microgreens?
You may have heard of microgreens or seen them on a dish that you’ve received at a restaurant, but what exactly are microgreens?
This simplest way to put it is they are your favorite vegetable plants such as cabbage, radish, broccoli, swiss chard, and peas—only they are gr...