Top 5 -yesterday
- Taking the wisdom from indoor farming and bringing it into greenhouses
- Top tips for growing lettuce in a greenhouse
- Greenhouse grower purchases 75-acre greenhouse in Jalisco, Mexico
- "One thing's sure: there will be less lit cultivation next season"
- New type of strawberry harvester introduced to the market
Top 5 -last month
Harris Seeds adds sprouting seeds to product line
The sprout seed varieties Harris has selected are some of the most popular available. Gardeners can select from 8 different varieties including alfalfa, broccoli, clover, mung bean, wheat, and a few sprout mixes - spicy mix (mix of radish & clover), bean mix (mix of adzuki, mung and green lentil), and crispy mix (mix of green peas and green and red lentils). Most sprout varieties are also USDA Certified Organic.
Harris Seeds offers a Four Tray Sprouter that makes sprouting simple. The sprouter produces nutritious sprouts in just 3-5 days. Harris Seeds also offers a Sprouting Mason Jar Lid, another easy way to enjoy sprouts. The lid fits most wide mouth mason jars and is made of a durable food-grade plastic with mesh holes big enough to drain well, but small enough to hold in tiny sprout seeds such as alfalfa. The Four Tray Sprouter and Sprouting Mason Jar Lid are both BPA free and dishwasher safe. Sprouting seeds in your kitchen is as easy as it gets, and you’ll provide your family with some of the most delicious, nutritious and healthy treats for the dining table.
See also : https://www.harrisseeds.com/storefront/s-1080-sprouting-seeds.aspx
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