Tarwegraskoning Wheatgrass Growing Tray 6 Pieces

These growing trays are ideal for growing wheat grass or sprouts at home. The trays are very economical, are reusable many times and have a very handy and practical size for growing wheat grass or different types of greens and sprouts yourself. The trays come without grass/content.
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Tarwegraskoning Wheatgrass Growing Tray 6 Pieces

These growing trays are ideal for growing wheat grass or sprouts at home. The trays are very economical, are reusable many times and have a very handy and practical size for growing wheat grass or different types of greens and sprouts yourself. The trays come without grass/content.

Wheatgrass:
Wheatgrass is considered by many to be the absolute number one superfood and has an incredible arsenal of different nutrients. Wheatgrass is also very easy to grow at home, so you can enjoy your first self-pressed wheatgrass juice within 8-10 days. If you do this on a daily basis, you will definitely notice that drinking a daily glass of freshly juiced wheatgrass juice has a huge positive effect on your vitality and health!

Sprouts:
Sprouts are the 1st stage of growing a plant from the seed. These sprouts are usually white or light in color. This is because the germs do not yet contain chlorophyll. It depends on the type of sprouts grow what the color becomes. Sprouts of sango, beetroot and red cabbage, for example, color white to pale pink, while sprouts of broccoli and leek, for example, turn white to light green. Sprouts do not yet contain leaves, or at most the first two leaves, also known as the 'cotyledon'. Sprouts are usually grown from beans, herbs and plants of the Allium family. Examples include leek, chives, mountain garlic, St. John's onion, shallot, spring onion and onion.

Greens:
Greens are also known as micro vegetables. These are sprouts that have progressed a phase further, so that several green leaves begin to form and the stems are also greener when sprouting. These leaves contain more chlorophyll than is the case with sprouts, in which there is no or very little chlorophyll. Greens are almost always grown from different types of seeds (such as sunflower and pumpkin seeds) and some types of beans (such as peas). Other plant varieties that have been freshly sprouted can of course also be grown into greens or micro vegetables.

Specifications growing trays:
Cultivation system: Manual cultivation.
Dimensions: 30.5 x 23.5 x 6 cm (LxWxH).
Colour: black.

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