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1 How do I sprout gelatinous seeds like dill, flax, chia, arugula, or cress? Featured

ANSWER Gelatinous seeds, such as dill, flax, chia, arugula, or cress, 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 or tray sprouter. There are three…

2 What are your recommendations for growing buckwheat successfully? Featured

ANSWER Using soil to grow buckwheat should produce a perfect crop, and you‟ll find the EasyGreenTM makes growing a snap!

3 Can pumpkin seeds be sprouted in the EasyGreen MikroFarm?

ANSWER Absolutely! (And we love sprouted pumpkin seeds, don't you?)

4 Do you recommend picking out any damaged or partial seeds when filling the cartridges?

ANSWER You shouldn't encounter many broken seeds. Seeds for sprouting go through a filtering system to isolate broken seeds before you purchase them. If you do come across a few broken seeds, pick them out.

5 How effective is your automatic sprouter for sprouting corn?

ANSWER Very! Raw, fresh corn seeds should sprout with no issues in 5 to 8 days at around 70°F-80°F. You may find that slight variations exist between the different varieties of corn.

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