Microgreens that are grown in sunlight with plenty of space and good ventilation have increased vigor resulting in more color and flavor compared to those grown under artificial lights. Differences in the size and leaf configuration are based upon the specific plant variety. Microgreens are not processed in water. Microgreen seeds are planted and grown in soil or a soil substitute such as peat moss, or other fibrous materials. Microgreens are not the same as sprouts. They can be used in drinks, jellies, salads, soups, syrups and main dishes. This infographic has been brought to you by Fresh Origins Microgreens. Fresh Origins Farm is America’s leading producer of Microgreens and Edible Flowers! In addition, they grow PetiteGreens, TinyVeggies™, and other unique specialties near San Diego, California. Their ideal growing climate allows them to produce a micro green that is robust, healthy, highly flavored and long lasting.
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