The difference between living microgreens and cut or harvested microgreens is that the former are still alive and able to grow.
Furthermore, customers are responsible for the care of live microgreens until they harvest them.
You may wish to request our PDF entitled: “Caring For Microgreens In Live Grow Trays After Delivery.”
The photo here shows a 1010 tray with microgreens that have not yet been harvested.
See the roots growing through the holes in the bottom of the tray?
You can still water the microgreens and cut them to eat at your leisure.
Please be aware though, that the longer you allow living microgreens to grow,
- the stem will grow taller,
- more leaves will develop, and
- the taste of the harvested greens may change.
The next step beyond microgreens is called “baby greens.”
Why NKBJ Microgreens for Living Microgreens?
Michael grows every crop of microgreens as if he was going to eat them himself, because we do eat some of what he grows!
Here’s a brief overview of what we do/use (“Yes!”) and what Michael does not use in the growth of our products.
- Non-GMO seed
- Organic growing media
- Highest quality supplies
- Grown with love
As of October 11, 2021, live grow trays full of of our living microgreens will be available:
- Only to customers who have purchased harvested products in deli trays from us in the past; and
- Only to customers who place a minimum order and have it delivered to their home or business.
The products we sell at the Aiken County Farmers Market will be harvested product only.
Furthermore, we require the return of our microgreens trays by no later than 2 weeks following delivery.
Please contact us regarding purchasing living microgreens today.
Also, check out our free resource: “7 Tips About How To Start Eating Microgreens.”