Wheatgrass Microgreens
Wheatgrass Microgreen Seeds Organic 10 kg
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Wheatgrass Microgreen Seeds Organic 10 kg

$49.99 $39.99

  • Organic, Australian grown wheat.
  • Hard wheat variety with high protein level.
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Wheatgrass Seeds – 10 kg

Grow wheatgrass at home and enjoy an endless supply of fresh greens for juicing and smoothies. Add ginger, lemon, mint or kale to your juice for an extra kick of nutrition and flavour.

  • Suitable for growing indoors or outdoors (indirect sunlight).
  • May be grown hydroponically using growing mats or with organic soil.
  • Ready for harvest in 7-12 days, depending on climate.
  • Low maintenance and easy to grow.
  • Mix with other cereal grasses including barley, spelt, oat and rye.

How to Grow Wheatgrass in Soil

  • Soak 1 cup of seeds in water for 6-10 hours (depending on climate).
  • Rinse well with water. Leave seeds to drain for 8-12 hours using a sprouting jar, sprouter or hemp sprouting bag.
  • Repeat the rinsing and draining process until a tiny tail sprouts. The tail should be approximately 5mm.
  • Line a growing tray with butchers paper. Add 2-3cm of organic soil with compost, volcanic rock soil improver or other minerals.
  • Scatter seeds on top of the organic soil. Ensure that the seeds are not too densely packed, as this may cause mould.
  • Lightly water seeds and cover with a hessian bag or wet paper towels.
  • Leave in a dark, ventilated spot. Lightly water twice daily until your seeds have germinated and are 2-3cm high. 
  • Remove cover and expose your plant to indirect sunlight. Avoid extreme heat or cold. Water twice daily.
  • Your harvest is ready when it is 3-4 inches high.
  • Cut your wheatgrass approximately 1cm above the soil. 
  • Juice and enjoy!


Additional information

Weight 10 kg

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Product Specifications

  • Australian Grown Wheatgrass Seeds
  • Non-GMO, Non-hybrid seeds.
  • No chemical treatment (no pesticides, herbicides, insecticides or fungicides).
  • Lightly cleaned to leave as much of the grain intact.
  • Botanical name: Triticum