5 Tips for Growing Microgreens in Summer
Summer's in full swing, and we hope your micropod is too.
This is a great time to grow microgreens - not only do they love the warm weather, they are also the perfect ingredient in most summer dishes with their fresh flavours and crunchy textures.
As with all indoor plants, you should adapt your plant care based on the environment. We've put together some handy tips below to help keep you growing the best microgreen crops this summer!
Ideal germination temperature is between 18- 24 degrees (under the lid). If the temperature is too high, the seeds might get “cooked” which will stunt their growth. If this occurs, the roots will appear brown.
Good airflow will help the microgreens stay cool if they get too hot and will aid germination.
Remember to give your micropod tray and honeycomb grills a good clean with warm soapy water between each batch.
Your micropod is dishwasher safe (but we recommend handwashing to preserve its life).
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