Wheatgrass is a popular addition to many juice blends, smoothies, and protein drinks made at home. Growing your own wheatgrass provides the freshest and healthiest method of obtaining this ingredient. With an organic wheatgrass growing kit, you can maintain an organic growing environment while collecting a bountiful harvest.
This Certified Organic Wheatgrass Growing Kit from Living Whole Foods comes with most everything you need. Trays, soil, fertilizer, instructions and a book. All you need to provide is a little time, some water and sunshine.
Also included is a handy book entitled Wheatgrass, Sprouts, Microgreens and the Living Food Diet. This is not only a complete guide to growing wheatgrass, but uses and health benefits so you can fully reap what you sow and get the most out of it.
Step-by-step instructions come with the kit which makes it easy for anyone to grow the wheatgrass. This is a nice, laminated sheet so you don’t have to worry about it getting dirty or wet as you work. There’s no need to look up how to do it or ask anyone, just follow the instructions and you could have your first harvest in as little as 10 days.
This kit is ideal for anyone, even those living in urban areas. It’s a compact design so it’ll fit into even small apartments or studios. There are a total of 5 trays in this kit, each the same size of 21″ by 10″ and are constructed of durable material so you can use them over and over again. Each tray is designed to grow enough wheatgrass to yield 14-18 ounces of juice. Grow one tray at a time or all five, it’s up to you.
To make growing wheatgrass even easier, the seeds are pre-measured for these specific growing trays. You get a total of 5 pounds of high-quality, organic wheatgrass seeds. Also supplied is organic soil which has mixed in an animal-free forest compost for added nutrients. To add to nutrients, you’ll also get a product called Azomite which is a fertilizer consisting of a total of 67 different minerals. This helps you grow the healthiest, most abundant wheatgrass crop.
After setting up your trays, find a nice sunny area to set the trays. Or, place them outside if the climate is right. You can grow this year-round indoors, and even looks nice as a decorative plant inside. The lush, green blades add a great pop of living color during cold months, so that’s an added bonus.