Organic Red Amaranth for Microgreens
If you’re looking for quick and colorful microgreens, welcome to the glory of red amaranth! We often harvest our Organic Red Amaranth for Microgreens 7 to 10 days after sowing on a heat mat. Here are enough seeds to sow five 10″ x 20″ trays, Friends!
Rather than garden soil, microgreens are best grown in potting mix, since it is ideal for sprouting seeds. Better light will grow more tender, flavorful & easy to harvest microgreens. The longest, straightest and fastest-growing microgreens are grown under lights; at Fruition, we grow three trays at a time under one of our 17″ LED Lights and Light Stand.
For the deep dive of how we grow microgreens, hop on over to enjoy Fruition’s blog How to Grow Microgreens at Home, plus jump in to our free Microgreens Micro-Course !
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