There are many benefits to be gained by planting a new organic non-GMO garden. The list can go on but the main points include: reduced risk of harmful pesticides, fertilizers and chemicals; increased energy and fungal/pathogenic protection due to the lack of artificial fertilizers and pest control measures; healthy diet; reduced or eliminated chemical soil additives; improved soil quality and more. Microgreen beans are an excellent source of fiber, which is known as a natural, organic soil additive. In fact, many of the organic, non-chemical based fertilizers on the market today contain at least one kind of chemical for just this reason.
To start a micro vegetable garden in a greenhouse is not difficult. The first step is to choose the type of plants you want to grow. There are so many varieties to choose from. Once you’ve decided on the plants you want to grow, the next step is to get a good, sturdy, durable greenhouse and make sure it’s in good shape before you even think about planting. One way to test it out is to set it up in the house with cardboard on the floor.
There are several brands of indoor growing microgreens seeds on the market today including Bill Callaway, Jasmine Green, Organic Valley and more. Some are better than others, so be sure to read the label carefully and research, which companies have the best reputation. The cost of the garden kit will vary but can be low compared to purchasing seeds at the local nursery or farmer’s market. Check to see if the kit includes instructions or samples for growing micro greens in a greenhouse.
Most kits include everything needed to get started. Some only come with the seeds and some require additional tools such as greenhouses, planting guides and other equipment. The important thing is that all the materials are included. A good growing kit will provide the seed and the basic tools necessary for successful planting. It will also have step-by-step instructions, so you won’t have any surprises along the way.
When you are ready to plant, you should know how to get the seeds started. If you’re not comfortable with this step, then you should consider starting with an indoor growing kit. Most kits will provide seeds and instructions, but it might include everything you need to get started. The amount of time it takes to plant one can vary depending on how fast you start growing. Many people plant seeds just after they transplant them into a small pot, others will plant them as soon as they receive them from the kit.
As soon as you receive your order for the seeds, you should plant the seeds in the fall, no later than a week before winter. The weather is prime for seed production at this time, which means you should be able to harvest in October or November. If you’re looking for a fast, easy way to start growing delicious, nutritious vegetables, then a quality microgreens growing kit is the way to go. You can save time, and money, by purchasing one growing kit instead of several different ones.
One popular kit that provides all the supplies you need is the Bio Naturo Micro Vegetable Garden and Greenhouse. This complete indoor gardening kit is easy to use, provides all the seed you need and includes helpful instructional material. The Bio Naturo Micro Vegetable Garden and Greenhouse have everything you need to grow healthy and tasty micro veggies, including a bio natural microgreen growing tray, organic soil and fertilizer. The trays hold the seeds, so there is no messy, time-consuming, cleanup process after the plants are grown fresh. You can plant the seeds at any time of the year and anytime they need water or fertilizer. With the Bio Naturo Micro Vegetable Garden and Greenhouse, you get continuous harvests, even from the hottest summer sun.
When it comes to growing vegetables, everyone has their own little tricks and suggestions. I love using my own techniques, such as tilapia for shallow ponds, strawberries in a hanging pot and cress for root vegetables. There are so many ways to have fun and experiment with new ways to improve the taste and texture of vegetables. So why not take a trip to your local gardening store today to try one of the new kits that are available? I think you’ll be surprised!