Grow Your Own Microgreens (part 1) | Beginner Microgreens | Microgreen Benefits | Microgreens


Microgreens | Beginner Microgreens | Microgreen Benefits | Food Miles

Time to jump on the bandwagon and try out some microgreens. Can I be converted to a bona fide microgreen supporter?

I’ve got myself a beginners kit to have a go with and see what they’re all about.

This is part 1 of 2. I’ll pop the second part of this series out once everything is (hopefully) growing!

The kit came from a local supplier here in Scotland Grown Local:

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Useful Equipment I Use
Seed storage case –
Hori Hori gardening Knife –
Paracord 2mm 50m –
Tomato Plant Clips –
Haxnicks Rapid Root Trainer –​​​​
Niello Upgrade Plant Grow Light –​​​​
Seed Trays –​​​​
Plant Pots –​​​​
A3 Graph Paper Pad –​​​​
5m Tape Measure –​​​​
Twin Tip Sharpies –​​​​​
Wolf Garten Multi Change Handle –​​​​​
Wolf Garten Multi Change Dutch Hoe –​​​​
Wolf Garten Multi Change Soil Miller –​​​​
100 x 200ml Pegs –​​​​
Tomorite with Seaweed Extract –​​​​
6 x Strength Chicken Manure –​​​​
Blood, Fish and Bone –​​​​

My Vlogging Gear:
GoPro Hero 9 Black –
Mobile Phone Tripod and Bluetooth Remote –​​​​
Ring Light –​​​​
iPhone 12 Max Pro –​​​​
Rode Video Microphone –​​​​
Rode SC7 Phone Cable –​​​​
DJI Osmo –​​​​

Useful Books:
Allotment Month by Month –​​​​
RHS Veg Patch –​​​​
Fruit and Vegetables for Scotland –​​​​
Grounded by Liz Zorab –


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