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Growing your own microgreens is incredibly rewarding! With the right equipment, you can cultivate fresh and nutritious microgreens in the comfort of your own home. Growing microgreens is also much easier than you might think. Here we will explain how to get started harvesting your own microgreens, with the help of Cultilène Starting Blocks, seed plugs and easy-plugs. As you can see, growing microgreens doesn't have to be difficult. With the right equipment and knowledge, anyone can germinate and cultivate their own microgreens in the comfort of their own home. So why not give it a go? Who knows, you might just find your green thumb! What are Seed Plugs and

Growing your own microgreens is incredibly rewarding! With the right equipment, you can cultivate fresh and nutritious microgreens in the comfort of your own home. Growing microgreens is also much easier than you might think. Here we will explain how to get started harvesting your own microgreens, with the help of Cultilène Starting Blocks, seed plugs and easy-plugs. As you can see, growing microgreens doesn't have to be difficult. With the right equipment and knowledge, anyone can germinate and cultivate their own microgreens in the comfort of their own home. So why not give it a go? Who knows, you might just find your green thumb!

What are Seed Plugs and Easy-Plugs?

Seed plugs and easy-plugs are two of the most common ways of germinating and growing microgreens. Seed plugs are small compressed pellets of compost, which come with a pre-sown seed inside. They come with a variety of different seeds, so you can choose which type of microgreen you would like to grow. Easy-plugs are the same, however they have a slightly larger amount of compost and are sown with one type of seed. Both seed plugs and easy-plugs are incredibly easy to use, as all you have to do is place them in the Cultilène Starting Block.

How to Use Cultilène Starting Block

The Cultilène Starting Block is probably the most important piece of equipment for microgreen gardening. It is essentially a shallow container filled with water and nutrient-rich liquid, which will be used to grow your microgreens. To use it, simply place your seed plugs or easy-plugs into the Cultilène Starting Block and wait until they start to germinate. Once they have germinated, you can simply move them to a pot or tray and watch your microgreens grow.

Looking After Your Microgreens

Once your microgreens have been moved to a pot or tray, there are a few things you can do to ensure that they grow optimally. Firstly, make sure that the pot or tray is placed in an area with sufficient sunlight. Secondly, ensure that the microgreens are kept moist by regularly watering them. Lastly, if your microgreens start to look a little limp, try misting them with some plant food to give them a boost. Once your microgreens have grown to a suitable size, you can harvest them and enjoy their nutritious goodness. You should be able to harvest up to 4 times with the same microgreen crop, so you can keep coming back for more! After harvesting, you can discard the rest of the microgreens and start again with new seed plugs or easy-plugs.

The right equipment

As you can see, growing microgreens doesn't have to be difficult. With the right equipment and knowledge, anyone can germinate and cultivate their own microgreens in the comfort of their own home. So why not give it a go? Who knows, you might just find your green thumb! In addition to the Cultilène Starting Blocks, seed plugs, and easy-plugs, there are a few other pieces of equipment you will need to ensure successful microgreen gardening. These include: a grow tray, a water sprout, a soil thermometer, and some plant food. Each of these items is necessary for harvesting healthy and nutrient-rich microgreens, so be sure to equip yourself with the right materials to get the most out of your microgreen gardening. With proper preparation, you will be well on your way to reaping the benefits of growing your own microgreens in no time!

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Cellulose growing mat 234x496mm 450 pcs
Cellulose growing mat 234x496mm 450 pcs

This Cellulose Growing Mat is perfect for your gardening needs. It measures 234x496mm and

This Cellulose Growing Mat is perfect for your gardening needs. It measures 234x496mm and

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Root!T First Feed 125ml
ROOTiTRoot!T First Feed 125ml

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Root!T First Feed is a nutrient-rich liquid fertilizer designed to give your plants the b

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Cultivation tray Microgreens 6.9x5.2cm 100 pieces
Cultivation tray Microgreens 6.9x5.2cm 100 pieces

This Cultivation Tray Microgreens is perfect for growing your own microgreens at home. Th

This Cultivation Tray Microgreens is perfect for growing your own microgreens at home. Th

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Cultivation tray Microgreens 6.9x5.2cm 3150 pieces
Cultivation tray Microgreens 6.9x5.2cm 3150 pieces

This Cultivation Tray Microgreens 6.9x5.2cm 3150 pieces is perfect for growing your own m

This Cultivation Tray Microgreens 6.9x5.2cm 3150 pieces is perfect for growing your own m

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Cellulose growing mat 45x68mm 5900 pieces
Cellulose growing mat 45x68mm 5900 pieces

This Cellulose Growing Mat is perfect for your gardening needs. It measures 45x68mm and c

This Cellulose Growing Mat is perfect for your gardening needs. It measures 45x68mm and c

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Root!T Empty cutting insert 60 compartments
ROOTiTRoot!T Empty cutting insert 60 compartments

The Root!T Empty Cutting Insert 60 Compartments is the perfect solution for organizing an

The Root!T Empty Cutting Insert 60 Compartments is the perfect solution for organizing an

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Eazy Plugs 104 vaks (6 trays)
Eazy PlugsEazy Plugs 104 vaks (6 trays)

The Eazy Plugs 104 compartments is the perfect storage solution for all your small items.

The Eazy Plugs 104 compartments is the perfect storage solution for all your small items.

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Cellulose 115x75mm 1920 pcs
Cellulose 115x75mm 1920 pcs

This Cellulose 115x75mm is a great choice for any craft project. It comes with 1920 piece

This Cellulose 115x75mm is a great choice for any craft project. It comes with 1920 piece

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Eazy Plugs 150 vaks (10 trays)
Eazy PlugsEazy Plugs 150 vaks (10 trays)

The Eazy Plugs 150 compartments are the perfect solution for organizing and storing small

The Eazy Plugs 150 compartments are the perfect solution for organizing and storing small

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Eazy PlugsEazy Plugs 77 compartments (10 trays)

Eazy Plugs 77 compartments are the perfect storage solution for all your small items. Thi

Eazy Plugs 77 compartments are the perfect storage solution for all your small items. Thi

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Growing your own microgreens is incredibly rewarding! With the right equipment, you can cultivate fresh and nutritious microgreens in the comfort of your own home. Growing microgreens is also much easier than you might think. Here we will explain how to get started harvesting your own microgreens, with the help of Cultilène Starting Blocks, seed plugs and easy-plugs. As you can see, growing microgreens doesn't have to be difficult. With the right equipment and knowledge, anyone can germinate and cultivate their own microgreens in the comfort of their own home. So why not give it a go? Who knows, you might just find your green thumb!

What are Seed Plugs and Easy-Plugs?

Seed plugs and easy-plugs are two of the most common ways of germinating and growing microgreens. Seed plugs are small compressed pellets of compost, which come with a pre-sown seed inside. They come with a variety of different seeds, so you can choose which type of microgreen you would like to grow. Easy-plugs are the same, however they have a slightly larger amount of compost and are sown with one type of seed. Both seed plugs and easy-plugs are incredibly easy to use, as all you have to do is place them in the Cultilène Starting Block.

How to Use Cultilène Starting Block

The Cultilène Starting Block is probably the most important piece of equipment for microgreen gardening. It is essentially a shallow container filled with water and nutrient-rich liquid, which will be used to grow your microgreens. To use it, simply place your seed plugs or easy-plugs into the Cultilène Starting Block and wait until they start to germinate. Once they have germinated, you can simply move them to a pot or tray and watch your microgreens grow.

Looking After Your Microgreens

Once your microgreens have been moved to a pot or tray, there are a few things you can do to ensure that they grow optimally. Firstly, make sure that the pot or tray is placed in an area with sufficient sunlight. Secondly, ensure that the microgreens are kept moist by regularly watering them. Lastly, if your microgreens start to look a little limp, try misting them with some plant food to give them a boost. Once your microgreens have grown to a suitable size, you can harvest them and enjoy their nutritious goodness. You should be able to harvest up to 4 times with the same microgreen crop, so you can keep coming back for more! After harvesting, you can discard the rest of the microgreens and start again with new seed plugs or easy-plugs.

The right equipment

As you can see, growing microgreens doesn't have to be difficult. With the right equipment and knowledge, anyone can germinate and cultivate their own microgreens in the comfort of their own home. So why not give it a go? Who knows, you might just find your green thumb! In addition to the Cultilène Starting Blocks, seed plugs, and easy-plugs, there are a few other pieces of equipment you will need to ensure successful microgreen gardening. These include: a grow tray, a water sprout, a soil thermometer, and some plant food. Each of these items is necessary for harvesting healthy and nutrient-rich microgreens, so be sure to equip yourself with the right materials to get the most out of your microgreen gardening. With proper preparation, you will be well on your way to reaping the benefits of growing your own microgreens in no time!

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