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Some chefs have touted the taste, texture, color, and delicate appearance of microgreens, adding them to soups, salads, sandwiches, and main dishes.
Ideally use seed sold for microgreens as this will germinate well and evenly, and will be free of any unwanted materials.
Microgreens are thought to be particularly chockablock in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.
The seed kits have an assortment of numerous vegetable, herbs, and microgreen seeds from our online store.
Luo's research team found that mineral concentrations varied among the different microgreen types.
Microgreens have been grown in the United States for only about 20 years, and at the beginning, the varieties were limited.
For starters, try the Microgreen Windowsill Seed Kit.
What began as a few basic microgreen varieties like arugula, basil, beets, and cilantro, has burgeoned into dozens of varieties.
The treatment costs about 42 cents/lb based on throughput of 20,000 lb/day, MicroGreen estimates.
A collaborative effort between the Institute for Simulation and Training at the University of Central Florida (Orlando) and MicroGreen Inc.
Camilla Denison, CEO of Microgreen, has been an executive leader in the automotive industry for 26 years and is well-positioned to continue Speadi's success.