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Here's one of our fine associate growers, David, spraying pH-6 water on some microgreens. He says, "This is my favorite part of the day!" 

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Our greens are as fresh as produce can get! Customers purchase them in their living, uncut state, and harvest them when ready! 

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Here's Rodney, another one of our fine associate growers, preparing the spray pump. It's not an easy job! Takes some strength.

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Here's Christian's father, at the age of 95, checking out a microgreen. They both look happy to see each other!

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This is one of our favorite ways to eat pea microgreens. Try this recipe from "Steamy Kitchen," here. Add leeks for extra flavor!

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Broccoli microgreens have light green tops and white stems. They contain vitamins A and C, calcium, iron, phosphorus and glucosinolates!

The Miraculous Transformation of Peas!

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On Day 1: After soaking the peas for 12 hours in water, within another 24 hours, tiny roots start to venture out looking for water.

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On Day 3: The roots are heading downward, seeking precious, life-sustaining water that awaits them beneath the grow pad.

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On Day 5: Shoots rise upward in search of light. But we keep them in the dark a bit longer to strengthen their roots.

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 On Day 8: The peas are placed under lights after a week in the dark on the germination tower. 

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On Day 11: The color is turning greener, leaves are taking shape, and tendrils are appearing.

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 On Day 14: Ready to bring vitamins A and C, folic acid, calcium, iron and fiber to your salad! 

The finished product comes on large (8.5" x 4.5") corn starch grow-pads in food-safe clamshells.

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 The paper towel we provide, when kept moist (set the clamshell in 1/4" water for 4 seconds every 2-3 days), will keep your microgreens alive for 5+ days. 

We must be crazy!

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 Each day, we individually inspect every tray of microgreens, at all stages of development, checking the health of every batch, and watering by hand! 

Try Different Colors, Textures and Flavors!

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Treat yourself to a variety of colors, textures and flavors, from broccoli to leeks, and radish to peas! Order here.

What difference does mineral water make?

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This batch of microgreens, just a few days old, was given pH-6 filtered water without natural liquid mineral drops from the Great Salt Lake. 

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This batch (the same kind of microgreen, planted at the same time) was given pH6 filtered water with natural liquid mineral drops