How to grow in a garden

  1. Choose a spot in your garden that sits in full sun, spread Yates Seed Raising Mix over a 10cm diameter area and lightly compact. 
  2. Sprinkle half the packet of seeds over the area and cover with a thin layer of seed mix. Moisten using a mist spray bottle.  Keep soil evenly moist while the seeds are growing.  
  3. Once seedlings emerge, feed weekly with half strength Yates Thrive Vegie & Herb Liquid Plant Food.  
  4. Snip microgreens above the soil line once they are 3-5cm tall.
     

 

How to grow in a pot

  1. Choose a pot at least 100mm wide. Position in full sun in the garden or on a warm windowsill, out of direct sunlight.  
  2. Fill the pot with Yates Seed Raising Mix. Sprinkle half the packet of seeds over a 10cm diameter area and lightly cover with a thin layer of seed mix. Moisten using a mist spray bottle. Keep soil evenly moist while the seeds are growing.  
  3. Once seedlings emerge, feed weekly with half strength Yates Thrive Vegie & Herb Liquid Plant Food.
  4. Snip microgreens above the soil line once they are 3-5cm tall.

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Growing tips

  • Pack contains enough seed to sow 2 × 10cm diameter pots.

  • Sow successive pots for constant supply. 

 


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