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All Green Harvest microgreen seeds are organically certified BFA unless otherwise stated, in which case they are untreated, food grade seed. Great care should be taken to avoid chemically treated seed. No inoculant is provided with any microgreen seed.
Sprouting, Wheatgrass and MIcrogreen Guide 16 page leaflet is included with the initial purchase of all sprouting or microgreen seed.
You can find Microgreens Growing Information here.
Amaranth for Microgreens Organically certified
Amaranthus tricolor
This microgreen has gorgeous magenta leaves to add a vibrant dash of colour to a salad or for use as a garnish. The flavour is sweet and tangy, similar to spinach. Grow it in a seedling tray (29 x 34cm) or a microgreen tray (29 x 14cm). Use 2.5g (1 scant teaspoon) of seed to a seedling tray; 1.25g ( teaspoon) of seed to a microgreen tray. Amaranth germinates best above 22C; avoid growing it during very cold weather. Amaranth seed is also available for growing.
SA122
SA123
Barleygrass for Microgreens Organically certified
Hordeum vulgare
Barley grain is too chewy for most people as a sprout, so is best grown as barley grass, a highly nutritious alternative to wheatgrass. Combining the 2 grasses in juice improves the flavour. It is rich in vitamins A, B, C, E and K, minerals such as phosphorus, calcium, magnesium, iron, potassium; plus chlorophyll, lecithin, pantothenic acid and protein 30%. Barley germinates best at 16 - 25 C; avoid growing it during very hot weather.
SB215
SB217
SB200
Basil Purple for Microgreens Organically certified
Ocimum basilicum
This delightful microgreen has a great flavour and is very attractive. The leaves are mainly purple with 20% variegated or green. It is useful for adding colour to salads and as a garnish. It is nutritious, rich in vitamins and minerals. Grow it in a seedling tray (29 x 34cm) or a microgreen tray (29 x 14cm). Use 2.5g (1 scant tsp) of seed to a seedling tray; 1.25g ( tsp) of seed to a microgreen tray. Basil germinates best above 24C; avoid growing it during very cold weather. Basil seed is also available for growing in the herb garden.
SB285
SB286
SB287
SB291 Untreated
Beetroot for Microgreens Organically certified
Beta vulgaris
This microgreen has very attractive, deep reddish-metallic purple leaves with a delicious, mild spinach-like flavour. A vigorous and easy-to-grow microgreen. It is nutritious with antioxidant properties and rich in vitamins. It is also used as a garnish. Grow it in a seedling tray (29 x 34 cm) or a microgreen tray (29 x 14 cm). Use 12.5 g (2 heaped tablespoons) of seed to a seedling tray; 6 g (1 heaped tablespoon) of seed to a microgreen tray. Beetroot germinates best between 16 - 25C; avoid growing it during hot weather. Beetroot seed is also available for growing as a vegetable.
SB280
SB281
Alfalfa and Broccoli seed can be found with the Sprouting Seeds.
Buckwheat Seed - Unhulled for Microgreens Organically certified
Fagopyrum esculentum
Unhulled buckwheat seed can be grown in a seedling tray, in a similar way to wheatgrass, it is sometimes called buckwheat lettuce. It germinates best at 20 - 25C; avoid winter sprouting. Buckwheat seed is also available for green manure.
SB221
SB143
Chickpea seed can be found with the Sprouting Seeds.
Cress Seed for Microgreens Organically certified
Lepidium sativum
Cress was the original microgreen. It is popular in salads, sandwiches and garnishes for its spicy flavour and finely curled, nutritious leaves. It can be grown in a seedling tray or saucer. Cress germinates best at 16 - 25C; avoid hot weather. It does best in mild weather.
SC154
SC195
SC454
SC304
Dill Seed for Microgreens Organically certified
Anethum graveolens
Dill is an unusual microgreen with a great flavour. It is slow germinating and slow growing, so suits the experienced grower. It is nutritious, rich in vitamins and minerals. It germinates best at 15 - 23C; avoid hot weather. It does best in mild weather. Dill can also be sprouted in about 15 days. Grow it in a seedling tray (29 x 34cm) or a microgreen tray (29 x 14cm). Use 5g (1 tablespoon) of seed to a seedling tray; 2.5g ( tablespoon) of seed to a microgreen tray. Dill seed is also available for growing.

SD103
SD104
Fenugreek and Lentil seed can be found with the Sprouting Seeds.
Linseed Seed for Microgreens Organically certified
Linum usitatissimum
syn. Flaxseed
Linseed is a highly nutritious seed, rich in Omega-3 fatty acids and lignin. It is a good source of vitamins, minerals, protein (20 - 25%), antioxidants and amino acids. Linseed is highly mucilaginous so should always be grown in a seedling tray, automatic sprouter or dome sprouter; they are not suitable for use in jar or bag sprouters. Linseed germinates best at 16 - 25 C; avoid hot weather. Also highly recommended as a forage for poultry as it is a source of Omega-3.
SL179
SL157
Mung Bean seed can be found with the Sprouting Seeds.
Mustard Seed for Microgreens Organically certified
Brassica juncea
Mustard microgreens have green leaves with red veins. It is easy-to-grow with a spicy, delicious flavour, very similar to horseradish. It can also be grown as sprouts. Highly nutritious, mustard is believed to stimulate the immune system and have a tonic effect. It germinates best at 16 - 25C; avoid hot weather. Mustard can also be sprouted. Grow it in a seedling tray (29 x 34cm) or a microgreen tray (29 x 14cm). Use 2.5g (1 teaspoon) of seed to a seedling tray; 1.25g ( teaspoon) of seed to a microgreen tray. Mustard seed is also available for growing.
SM154
SM155
SM169
SM170 Not to WA
Oatgrass Seed for Microgreens Organically certified
Avena sativa
Oat grass is high in vitamins A, B, C, E and K; calcium, chlorophyll, protein (15%), iron, lecithin, magnesium, pantothenic acid and potassium. Oat seed can be grown in a seedling tray, in a similar way to wheatgrass. Germinates best at 16 - 25C; avoid hot weather. Oat seed is also available for green manure.
SO134
SO113
Pea Shoot Seed for Microgreens Pisum sativum
Not to TAS
Pea sprouts are sweet and tender as sprouting increases their sugar content. They are very nutritious; a good source of vitamins A, C and K; and minerals calcium, chlorophyll, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, amino acids and protein (20 - 25%). It is best to pre-sprout them until tiny roots appear. Then grow them in a seedling tray filled with organic potting mix or sieved compost. The best temperature for sprouting peas is 15 - 25C; avoid hot weather. The pea shoots will take 10 - 14 days. Pea seed is also available for growing.
SP190
SP199
SP200
Please note: This pea seed is not organically certified, it is supplied as untreated, food grade seed.
Radish seed can be found with the Sprouting Seeds.
Rocket Seed for Microgreens Organically certified
Eruca sativa
Rocket syn. Arugula is a mildly spicy, delicious, easy-to-grow microgreen. Germinated seed is slightly mucilaginous which makes it difficult to grow as a sprout unless mixed with other sprouting seeds. Highly nutritious, it is believed to stimulate the immune system and have a tonic effect.
SR165
SR166
SR171
SR172 Not to WA
Sunflower Seed for Microgreens Organically certified
Helianthus annuus
Sunflowers are a truly delicious, crunchy sprout. Very nutritious, they are high in choline, linoleic acid, lecithin, vitamins A, B, C, D and E; calcium, chlorophyll, iron, magnesium, niacin, phosphorus, potassium, amino acids and protein (20 - 25%). They help to strengthen teeth and bones. They are also considered helpful in healing muscular pains and to balance the nervous system. Sunflower germinates best at 20 - 25 C; avoid winter sprouting; do not try to grow during the cooler months of the year. Please note: Sunflower 'sprouts' by definition are really a microgreen and are best grown in seedling trays. Sunflower seed is also available for growing.
SS172
SS160
SS198
Microgreens Kit
This kit will start your microgreens growing!

Includes:
2 x Microgreen Trays
Drip Tray - ideal on kitchen benchtop; prevents spillage
Seed Raising Block - natural coconut fibre, will fill 8 trays
Organic Salad Mix - will fill 3-6 trays
Microgreens Buckwheat Seeds 25g
Microgreens Sunflower Seeds 25g
Seaweed Plant Starter 500 ml - provides micronutrients
Sprouting, Wheatgrass and Microgreen Guide 16 page leaflet

TF161 Save $13.30
Three Grain Mix for Microgreens Organically certified
Avena sativa, Triticum aestivum, Hordeum vulgare
Growing this mix of oatgrass, wheatgrass and barleygrass provides vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, chlorophyll, enzymes and lecithin. Best pre-sprouted before sowing in tray.
ST194
ST195
ST196
Wheatgrass Seed for Microgreens Organically certified
Triticum aestivum
Wheat grass is considered a highly nutritious and cleansing food source, rich in protein (up to 30%), carbohydrate; vitamins C, E, B, B17; minerals such as calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, sodium, potassium; amino acids, antioxidants, chlorophyll and enzymes. Please note: Wheatgrass 'sprouts' by definition are really a microgreen and are best grown in seedling trays. Wheat germinates best at 20 - 25 C; avoid winter sprouting.
SW127
SW129
SW113
SW126 Not to TAS
Wheat Grass Kit
Get all the health benefits of sprouted wheatgrass.

Includes:
1 x Hand Juicer (MK3)
2 x Seedling / Sprouting Trays
FREE 1kg certified organic Wheat Seed



TF115 Save $9.95
REJUVELAC
This mildly fermented drink made from 2-3 day old wheat sprouts before they turn into grass is a rich brew of active enzymes and beneficial bacteria. It is an easy method to make a homemade probiotic (lactobacillus, acidophilus, bifidus, etc).

Step 1
  • Soak 1 cup of seed for 8-10 hours
  • Drain and dispose of water
  • Put seed in a glass jar (jar sprouter) or jar with muslin cover
  • Rinse 2-3 times per day for 2-3 days
Step 2 - Make the rejuvelac
Once growth is 1 cm, cover the young sprouts with water. Keep the container on the kitchen bench. After two days, use a sieve to collect the liquid rejuvelac. Drink it immediately or add to a vegetable juice, or store it tightly capped in the fridge.

Step 3
Add fresh water to the sprouts so they are just covered, and after a further 1-2 days pour off your second batch. The second and subsequent batches of rejuvelac sometimes have a white bubbly scum on the surface. Check the smell, and if there is the slightest sign of blue / green / black mould throw the whole lot away, otherwise skim off and discard the white foam.

Warmer temperatures in summer will decrease the fermenting times by as much as a third.
Seed to WA: A $4.00 Quarantine Fee will be charged for all seed orders to WA. Green Harvest is sharing the cost of the new quarantine fee with all our WA customers. Read more...
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