Posted in Reviews on November 10, 2020
There are different marketplaces offering microgreen trays for professional farmers looking to offer the highest quality possible to their clients. At the same time there's a growing number of people just curious to try out growing microgreens on their own. They need a basic tray that's durable enough and safe for use. Amazon offers plenty of choice and today's post will mention some of the best microgreen trays available for sale. As an Amazon Associate Read More »
Posted in Reviews on November 2, 2020
Wheatgrass is undoubtedly one of the most widespread microgreens. It's defined as one of nature's wonder foods being a natural healer and containing a lot of chlorophyll. When juicing wheatgrass, it's extremely important to have the right juicer. The device should masticate the grass rather than making it centrifugal. This is how you drastically reduce the amount of oxygen and protect the enzymes. In this post you'll find juicers categorized by price brackets that should Read More »
Posted in Reviews on October 5, 2020
This type of post was long missing on the Microgreenology blog. Choosing your knife wisely can save you a ton of issues. The right knife though can be different depending on the stage you are. As an Amazon Associate we earn from qualifying purchases.
Posted in Reviews on September 28, 2020
In the first part here we reviewed a few gifts that can be gifted to farmers and their family. This time we'll flip it and suggest gifts to surprise your friends if you are a microgreen farmer. As an Amazon Associate we earn from qualifying purchases. Microgreens Gift Sets There are so many various options and of course farmers can craft a set themselves too. They are also known as microgreens growing kits. Organic Microgreens Read More »
Posted in Reviews on September 21, 2020
This time we'll overview a couple of books and a very authentic microgreens gift made to put a smile on people's faces who are receiving it. It doesn't take a lot to surprise a microgreen farmer who's always busy moving their farm ahead and being in the operations most of the time. Enjoy reading!