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    Camp_Creek_Hill December 20, 2019

    Seriously micro greens are so simple ,Take two plastic Chinese takeaway containers the round ones and fill with soil, damp in them down with water and get a packet of radish seeds from your local hardware store. sprinkle them on one of the Chinese containers the second Chinese container put it on top of the first one and leave it sit for three days, above 20°C . after three days when the seeds have germinated you put them under a fluorescent light or you could probably sit them on the windowsill and within the next five days you will have micro greens ready to harvest

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    munnangi.ravindra@gmail.com November 4, 2019

    Hi Curtis, Its really impressive and motivating more people to start farm. Just want to know how different growing under colored light vs normal lights. Most of the big micro greens producers using colored light and these guys are using normal light. whats your opinion on this?

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      ike11ike November 15, 2019

      Seconded, would like your opinion on this Curtis.

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        Curtis Stone November 15, 2019

        Sun white would be fine for micros.

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    farmerfife November 1, 2019

    I really love seeing their farm and talking about the business side of greens, but I’m really curious if you have any videos that go more in depth on the actual growing of greens. I’ve been experimenting for about a month or so, but it would be great to have some more solid growing information. Thanks.

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      ike11ike November 3, 2019

      Agree, almost feel as if it’s assumed growing microgreens is super easy since specific information on growing usually seems to be an afterthought.

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      farmerfife November 6, 2019

      I did find some pretty good information in one of the first micro videos Curtis posted with Vanessa Hanel, who also serves the Calgary area.

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