Disclaimer: Outdoor garden veggies meet indoor-grown Hamama microgreens for their photoshoot. Hamama is designed for an indoor growing environment.
If you’re like me, you’re spending extra time outside tending to your garden, but there’s nothing that I love more than adding fresh microgreens to all my meals! Plus, who doesn’t love a nice easy harvest? No dirt, no sweat, and no pesky bugs!
As the days are longer and temperatures are warmer, it’s important to re-calibrate the care we give our microgreens. Think about how you’d apply sunscreen and drink more water during the hotter days - well depending on where you live, your greens might also need a little extra TLC for this hot weather! Let’s take a look at watering, lighting, and just a few helpful tips to give your greens a healthy growing environment during this warm weather season.
Both our black plastic and white ceramic grow trays are marked for how much water should be added to initially soak your Seed Quilt. The black Grow Trays should be filled to the fill line and the ceramic tray to the indentation ridge. When soaking, it is super important to soak the entire Seed Quilt long enough so it turns a shade darker. This ensures all seed pods have enough water to begin germination!