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1 Help! My wheatgrass crop turned brown and shriveled. What went wrong? Featured

ANSWER Using too high a concentration of fertilizing solution may have "burned" your crop. If you are sure you used the solution manufacturer‟s recommended dilution rates, reducing their suggested concentration by 10-15% may yield better results. Try our…

2 Which tray is the best for growing wheatgrass and how many seeds do you use per tray? Featured

ANSWER For best results, people prefer to use large trays for greens such as wheatgrass, sunflower and buckwheat. For a good visual on the amount of seeds required in a large tray, please see the video clip “Seeding a Tray.” (In order to view the video,…

3 At what point should I remove the wheatgrass from my EasyGreen?

ANSWER Simple! When your wheatgrass shoots reach the ceiling of your EasyGreenTM, it is time to transfer them to a sunny location. During summer the sprouts may reach this height in as few as five days; in winter, they may require eight or nine days to reach…

4 Hot and humid weather settings

ANSWER If you live in a hot, tropical climate, paying attention to the following advice will help you to grow successfully: Seeds needs to be fresh. Test your seeds for freshness. Room temperature needs to remain under 80 degrees Fahrenheit (27 degrees Celsius).…

5 How long does wheatgrass take to grow?

ANSWER The standard average growing cycle for wheatgrass is ten days, but it may take as few as seven days in summer or as many as 13 in winter. Successful completion of growth requires two separate growth stages:  Stage 1: Germination and growth (5 –…

6 Is it necessary to use soil when growing wheat or barley grass with the EasyGreen Sprouter?

Answer: No, it is not necessary. Some people prefer to grow hydroponically, others with soil. Using soil in our trays will not damage the trays or the machine.

7 My wheatgrass is pale…shouldn't it be green?

ANSWER If your wheatgrass is pale it means you may have neglected to “green” your crop sufficiently. You need to increase the amount of time you expose your wheatgrass crop to sunlight during the last two days of growth. For instance, if you exposed it…

8 When Do I Use Large Trays Instead of the Mini Trays?

Answer: You'll require large trays for growing wheatgrass and other crops that may use soil, such as sunflower, and buckwheat. The late Ann Wigmore, a foremost sprouting expert, recommended juicing and consuming wheatgrass in liquid form, but one needs to…

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