We love wheatgrass! Use for wheatgrass, sprouted wheat bread, milling, or short sprouts. Commercial wheatgrass growers usually prefer this wheat, since it may grow faster than hard red winter wheat.
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It is common for wheat to have traces of mold while growing. Often there is less mold when growing in soil than hydroponically. Wheat has more tendency to grow mold in water based methods than soil based. If you are seeing excessive amounts of mold, please contact us to help you troubleshoot.
1/4 cup (35g) for 2L sprouting jar.
Jar Method: for growing short sprouts
- SOAK – Put 3 to 5 Tbsp seed in a wide mouth jar. Cover with screen lid. Add water, swirl and drain. Add 1 cup cool water and soak about 6 hours.
- RINSE – Twice a day, refill jar with cool water, swirl and drain. Invert jar and prop at an angle in a sink or bowl.
- ENJOY – Ready to use 2 – 3 days. Refrigerate to store.
To grow wheat grass
Grow in a sprouting tray with drainage holes. Soak about 6 hours. Rinse or spritz twice a day for about 10 days
- Grow in a sprouting tray with drainage holes.
- Soak 1 to 2 layers of seed for about 6 to 8 hours.
- Drain well. Rinse or spritz twice a day for about 10 days. (You may harvest them earlier since the stems can become fibrous if grown too long.)
- Cut off shoot and use.
Product of Origin
Some Benefits of Grass Substantiated by Research: Repairs DNA Enhances Immunity Stops Free-Radicals Inhibits Carcinogens Increases Longevity Helps Skin Disease Reduces Cholesterol Prevents Inflammation Promotes Cellular Rejuvenation Enhances Stamina & Endurance Neutralizes Pesticides Provides Antioxidants Source: Wheatgrass: Nature’s Finest Medicine, Steve Meyerowitz, Rev. Ed. 2006, p. 60.
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