Grow Mustard Sprouts & Microgreens
- Grow as a microgreen with a no-mess and no-soil hydroponic method.
- A 10 x 20″ growing tray yields approx. 280 grams of microgreens.
How to grow mustard microgreens
- Do not pre-soak seeds.
- Sow rate: 28 grams for a 10 x 20″ growing tray.
- Moisten soil, flatten 3-4 cm soil in tray or grow on hemp growing mat.
- Cover for 2 days with tray lid. Store in well-ventilated, warm area away from light until the seeds germinate.
- Lightly water 1-2 times daily.
- Uncover and place in light. Water 1-2 times daily.
- Harvest time: Approximately 8 -12 days.
How to sprout mustard seeds
Seeds like chia, flax, psyllium, rocket and cress are gelatinous seeds, which means that when they are soaked, they form a gel-like coating. These seeds should be sprouted on a flat tray or ceramic saucer instead of a sprouting jar.
Steve Meyerowitz (Sproutman) recommended that these seeds should be sprouted on top of a hemp sprouting bag. Put a sprouting bag on top of a tray or plate, sprinkle the seeds on top of the bag, and spray with a mist bottle. Over the next 2-3 days, spray as necessary to ensure that your seeds and bag don’t dry out.
- No chemical treatment.
- Open Pollinated.
- Non GMO.
- Botanical name: Brassica juncea (Brown mustard).
- We do not ship to WA or Tasmania due to quarantine restrictions.
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.