Beetroot Bull’s Blood Microgreen Seeds

$24.99$149.99

  • Suitable for microgreen & baby leaf production.
  • Stunning red stems & red leaves (baby leaf).
  • Popular heirloom variety.
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Non-GMO, Open Pollinated & No Chemical Treatment

How to Grow Bull’s Blood Beetroot Microgreens

  • Sow rate: 28 – 40 grams for a 10 x 20″ growing tray.
  • Pre-Soak seeds for 6 – 8 hrs
  • Grow in soil, and not hydroponic method.
  • Add 2 – 3 cm of soil to tray. Flatten soil to level. Moisten soil. Sprinkle seeds evenly over surface.
  • Cover seeds with a light layer of soil. This step is important as it helps with dehulling and reduces beet microgreen growing issues.
  • Lightly water. Cover seeds with a growing tray. Store in a well ventilated, dark spot to germinate.
  • Water 1 – 2 times daily. Keep covered for 6 – 8 days. Remove top tray and expose it to light. Water twice daily.
  • Harvest: 10 -14 days. Harvest 1 – 2 cm above the soil.
  • (Level of difficulty: Medium).
  • 10 x 20″ tray yields approx. 220 grams.

Product Specifications

  • Non-GMO.
  • Not chemically treated.
  • Heirloom variety, open pollinated.
  • Variety: Beta Vulgaris.
  • Seeds per gram: 50 – 90.
  • We do not ship to WA or Tasmania due to quarantine restrictions.

 

Seed Germination Guarantee

Seed Guarantee

Our seeds come with a satisfactory germination rate guarantee for 3 months from date of purchase if stored correctly. Store seeds in a cool, dry place (under 10°C) or in an airtight container in the fridge. Do not expose to moisture or direct sunlight, Grains, cereals & pulses should be refrigerated. This warranty is limited to the purchase price only and no further warranty is expressed or implied. Australian consumer protection laws apply to any purchase made with Seedmart Australia.

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