Grow your own!
Written by Dyami Millarson
There has been a renewed international interest in microgreens in recent years since they are easy to grow vegetables in urban areas. As the world’s urbanisation is increasing, this renewed interest is understandable. People are looking for new methods of food production. I had subconsciously always been aware of the potential of microgreens for years. When I lived in Amsterdam as a toddler, my father would show me how to grow microgreens. It made a deep impression on me that the seeds would soon sprout and that it was possible to grow vegetables indoors in the urban environment of Amsterdam where few people have gardens. As said, the mental image of growing microgreens indoors stayed with me for years and I recently felt I wanted to do more with this after not having grown microgreens for the last 2 decades of my life.
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