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The Best Soil for Microgreens

The Best Soil for Microgreens

I've personally tried growing microgreens in everything I could get my hands on, and some things definitely work better (seed starting mix, potting soil) than others (peat moss, coffee grounds). Microgreens are incredibly forgiving of what you grow them in. But there...

Can Eating Microgreens Make you Sick?

Can Eating Microgreens Make you Sick?

I don’t know anyone that likes to get sick. When you first start experimenting with microgreens, you’ll probably grow a tray (or maybe ten) that have mold! It’s inevitable that you get thinking about food safety and maybe you start to wonder if microgreens are a good...

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I’m Alex Lafreniere. I learned a lot about plants when I built and operated a landscaping company. I learned even more when I started growing and selling Microgreens. But, learning is a journey, not a goal. Ever since travelling across the world, I’ve wanted to find ways to bring more delicious and exotic plants into my life. This is the site where I share everything I’ve learned with you. And maybe we’ll learn a thing or two together.

 

 

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