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Learn More About Sprouts And Microgreens

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Ashleigh Smith
I'm Ashleigh Smith, a native to Northern Utah. I first gained a love of gardening with my grandmother as I helped her each summer.

I decided to make a career of it and have recently graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Horticulture from Brigham Young University - Idaho. My studies have focused on plant production while I also have experience in Nursery & Garden Center Operations.

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  • True Leaf Market Jun 24, 2022

    Hi Cathy, the types of seeds I was referencing include such plants as tomatoes and other nightshade vegetables. Because the foliage of these plants contains toxic components to people, their sprouts and microgreens also contain these same toxins. However, their fruits do not. When it comes to growing sprouts and microgreens I would recommend only using seeds specifically marked for this type of use to avoid the use of seeds that are unsuitable for digestion.


  • Cathy Green Mar 2, 2022

    In your article about microgreens in the National Garden Bureau you said some seeds should not be used for microgreens because they could be dangerous. What would those be?


  • Bill vog Jan 21, 2022

    Amazing micro green deluxe kit, great value!


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