The Sprout House Certified Organic and Non-GMO Garden Cress Sprouting Seeds 1 Pound


Extreame Savings Item! Save 41% on the The Sprout House Certified Organic and Non-GMO Garden Cress Sprouting Seeds 1 Pound by The Sprout House at Poor Boy Lawn Care. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. How to sprout the gelatinous seeds like flax, chia, arugula, and cress. Gelatinous seeds form a gel-like sac around the seed in the presence of water. They get gooey, hard to manage and will not sprout using conventional methods such as a jar sprouter or a tray sprouter. What to do? There are three ways to sprout gelatinous seeds. You can sprout them in soil, you can sprout them using a terra cotta tray sprouter or you can sprout them in a plastic tray sprouter using one of our sure to grow mats


The Sprout House Certified Organic and Non-GMO Garden Cress Sprouting Seeds 1 Pound by The Sprout House
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How to sprout the gelatinous seeds like flax, chia, arugula, and cress. Gelatinous seeds form a gel-like sac around the seed in the presence of water. They get gooey, hard to manage and will not sprout using conventional methods such as a jar sprouter or a tray sprouter. What to do? There are three ways to sprout gelatinous seeds. You can sprout them in soil, you can sprout them using a terra cotta tray sprouter or you can sprout them in a plastic tray sprouter using one of our sure to grow mats. The soil absorbs the gooey stuff and you can sprout as usual making certain the soil is damp and moist but not pooled with water. The terra cotta tray sprouter is similiar to sprouting in soil as the clay is absorbant as well. Our sure to grow mats will also absorb the gooey stuff so that you can sprout as usual. Gelatinous seeds do not do well in jar sprouters.

Features & Highlights

  • SPROUT HOUSE ORGANIC SPROUTING SEEDS - 16 ounces of sprouting seeds. Once you begin the sprouting process, the seeds are ready to eat in about 7 days
  • GARDEN CRESS SPROUTING SEEDS - Contains Certified Organic Non-GMO garden cress seeds.
  • GROW YOUR OWN ORGANIC NON-GMO FOOD - Use as a salad topper or base, freshen up a sandwich or add to smoothie
  • RESEALABLE BAG - Only sprout what you need, the resealable bag will keep your seeds fresh
  • SPROUTING - Seeds can be germinated at home and eaten in a variety of ways.

Additional Information

Brand:
The Sprout House
Manufacturer:
The Sprout House
Category:
Vegetables
Publisher:
The Sprout House
Package Weight:
1.05 pounds
Package Size:
6.85 x 1.57 x 8.07 inches

 


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