Red clover microgreens - Gilė Sprout

Sprouting Instructions

Red clover microgreens

Hello, dear gardeners,

Probably all of you know how mature red clover looks like, maybe some of you were trying to find lucky four-leaf clover but have you ever wonder that it can be your food? Yes, you hear it right, red clover microgreens are absolutely amazing. They are crunchy, delicious and super nutritious. Just follow the steps and you will be able to grow them at home anytime.

Step 1: Choosing seeds (Day 1)

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It is very important to organic choose raw seeds. It should be high quality. Otherwise, the germination rate will be poor and you will have bad experience. So choose carefully.

Step 2: Medium, tray preparation and planting (Day 1)

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You can choose any tray you want: plastic, clay or wooden. For red clover microgreens growing we will use soil and our signature tray. The ground layer in a tray should be about 3-4 centimeters. Sprinkle the soil.

Scatter red clover seeds thickly over the moist soil. Seeds should beautifully cover the ground, but not be one on top of another. Water them again with sprayer. Watering is needed every day. The earth should be neither dry nor too wet.

Step 3: Covering (Day 1)

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Cover the tray with another tray or using a simple plastic wrap from your kitchen and make many small holes in it or use a special lid for microgreens growing until the seeds are sprouted. Red clover seeds germinate best in a dark.

Step 4: Checking humidity level, progress and uncovering (day 2-3)

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Step 5: Checking humidity level, progress (day 4-7)

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If you are using our shelf with grow LED lights, do not forget that plants also need to sleep. Keep the lights on for 14-16 hours a day or just turn it off when you go to bed and turn on in the morning. Do not forget to water your plants. Best in the morning. Young sprouts should be sprayed and older plants should be sprayed and sprinkled.

Step 6: Harvesting and eating (Day 9)

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On the 7th to 12th day of cultivation, fresh red clover microgreens can already be enjoyed. We suggest you taste them every day and decide when the taste is the best for you. It is recommended to use kitchen scissors for cutting. Cut over the ground. You can cut them as much as you need for one day or cut them all and keep in the refrigerator like any other salad in a plastic bag or container.

As you can see, growing red clover microgreens is really simple. Of course, our microgreens growing shelves with special LED lights help in this process but I have no doubts that in a warm season you can do it only with sunlight. But if it is winter now and you want to grow fresh microgreens – grab our stylish shelf and start your sprouting adventure. Do not forget organic seeds and you’re ready to go.

Good luck!

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