MICRO-315 1 OZ
One of the most popular salad greens known in today's market. Arugula is a main ingredient in most salad mixes around the world. Has a mild peppery flavor.
Yields approximately three times as many Micro-Greens (by weight) as seed "planted". We put quotes around Planted because the seeds are spread atop a medium - not planted under. Thoroughly moisten the Medium upon. pread seeds as evenly as you can - all over your thoroughly moistened Medium.which you are going to grow. Cover your crop: If you're planting in a 5x5 Tray use another identical tray - up side down. Same thing with other trays. You are working with mucilaginous seeds. Every seed will take up water from the thoroughly moistened medium and will surround itself with a gel sack. That sack has all the water the seed needs to germinate. You won't need to water again until germination begins. These wonderful little Brassica plants have a unique root structure. Brassicas will show microscopic roots starting on day 2 or 3. They are called root hairs and when your plants grow up and begin to shed their hulls they are ready for light so move them (if necessary) to a well lighted location.d are most visible just before watering - when the plants are at their driest. These root hairs impress many people as mold - but they are not. When you water your crop the root hairs collapse back against the tap root. Cut the plants just above the medium upon which they have grown. During the final 8-12 hours minimize the surface moisture of your plants - they will store best in your refrigerator if they are dry to the touch. So if you water try to keep the water off the plants - just water the medium.s collapse back against the tap root. When your plants have open leaves which are green, they are done - unless you're going for True Leaves, in which case you need to keep watering and tending for another week or more. Micro greens must be washed before serving. Shelf life ranges from 5-10 days under proper storage. condition