Colour Mix Chard Beet Microgreen Seeds

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  • Mild flavoured microgreen.
  • Popular choice with chefs.
  • Colourful chard beet mix.
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Colour Mix Chard Beet Microgreen Seeds – Bulk

Colourful Mix Chard Beet microgreens have vibrant stems of red, yellow, white and green. They make a colourful garnish for your salads or favourite dish.

  • 10 x 20″ growing tray yields approx. 270 grams microgreens.
  • Grow in soil (not hydroponic). Cover with a layer of soil when growing.

How to grow Colour Mix Chard Beet microgreens

  • Sow rate: 28 – 40 grams for a 10 x 20″ growing tray.
  • Pre-Soak seeds for 6 – 8 hours
  • 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).

Product Specifications

  • No chemical treatment.
  • Non-GMO.
  • Open pollinated varieties.
  • Botanical name: Beta Vulgaris spp. vulgaris.
  • 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.

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Mara
One of my favourite microgreens!

I'm about to place my second order for these. With the current price & availability of lettuce, I was very pleased that I had a tray of these already flourishing! They make a super base for a salad - very mild, tasty, and easy to grow here in sub-tropical Queensland. In fact, a microgreen salad will be replacing lettuce for me going into the future - lettuce is too temperamental in this climate - and why bother, with so many delicious & nutritious microgreens available?
I grow mine on a thin bed of coconut coir, covered and kept well moist until they sprout, and thereafter use hydroponic growing medium in the bottom tray to keep them happy and healthy.
I tend to harvest as needed, sometimes at microgreen stage, sometimes more at the baby green stage. Either way is fine.
I only just now read the growing instructions - so I hadn't bothered to soak them beforehand. But no problem - my method works well enough... they do take a bit longer than some other microgreens to sprout, but I find it a bit of a pain to spread seeds evenly when they are wet so will probably continue as I have been doing.

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Patrick Dearing

needed to plant in higher density as they recommended was not enough for prodigious growth, but love the flavour profile, and the colour, i am using a tray 75% of the 1020, and so adjusted my seed weight to match, will try the full 1020 amount next grow

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Karl Granzien
Beautiful colours

With a soak and some attention the seed hulls weren't a problem, such a pretty product.