Microgreens Tray

39.00 
31.45 
Price VAT 24% | VAT 0 %

Microgreens Tray

39.00 
31.45 
Price VAT 24% | VAT 0 %

Transform your Plantui Smart Garden 6 indoor garden into a microgreens factory!

The Microgreens tray helps you grow shoots in your indoor garden without soil, as soon as a week after planting! 
 
We have five different Microgreens in our selection: broccoli, red cabbagepak choi, radish and rocket. One Microgreen package contains four bags so you can fill all four sections of the Microgreens tray. 
 
The Microgreens tray is compatible with the Plantui Smart Garden 6 indoor garden.  
 
Please note! If you have an older grey water tray in your device, you may need a new water tray for growing Microgreens.

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The Microgreens tray is divided in four sections within which you can sow different seeds. The transparent lids that are included in the package are used to cover the sown area for the first few days. 
 
You can install a height block in the device straight after sowing. The crop is ready in 7-14 days. Harvesting is done by cutting the Microgreens about 1 cm from the bottom of the tray. The stems and leaves are edible but leave the roots and the lowest part of the stem. Afterwards, you can wash the tray and sow again. It is not necessary to wash the entire device after every growth cycle, or even change the water. 

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