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Tips & Tricks


Use a spray bottle and water once a day until the substrate is very moist. From the 5th day onwards and on the hottest days, you must spray very well at least twice a day.

If the vegetables are drooping, it may indicate lack of water or direct exposure to the sun. When the vegetables start to grow, you can water directly on the substrate or reinforce with the spray bottle more than once a day. We remind you that you should not place microgreens in direct contact with the sun.

Don't worry because it's normal when they are germinating in the dark. When they are in natural light, they will quickly turn green.

Yes, just remove some roots and stir the substrate. You can always add another type of soil.

Use scissors and cut just above the substrate. You can eat the leaves and stems.

Aromatic herbs and edible flowers

When the sprouts have very thin stems, it means they are in a warm environment with little light. Moving the shoots to a place with greater light intensity or to a cooler place will result in healthier and more vigorous plants. The best place is on a window sill where they can receive the most light.

After germination, you must place it in a location that receives 2 to 4 hours of sun per day.

Depending on the variety and time of year, it can take an average of 2 months before you can harvest your aromatic herbs. In the case of edible flowers, it can take up to 8 months for the first flowers to appear.

The soil must always be moist but not soaked. A good test is to place your finger slightly buried in the soil and if it is dry, water the equivalent of a cup of coffee. Check every 2 days if the soil remains moist. Excessive watering is harmful and if this happens you should try to remove the water.

There is no need to transplant, because aromatic herbs and flowers can grow in the Grow Bag or Grow Cork until adulthood.

It's likely a matter of time. Under the right conditions, seeds typically take 2 to 3 weeks to germinate. If it takes longer, please contact us.

Most aromatic herbs sprout again after harvesting. You can always add some seeds for continuous cultivation.

The seeds can be buried up to half a centimeter, but the smaller they are, the less buried they should be, that is, just cover them lightly with soil.

The plastic is used to aid germination and must be removed as soon as the first leaves appear.

Pest control

Plants are infested by red mites or spider mites. The mites live on the underside of plant leaves where many of them weave protective webs. We recommend the following:
  • If you have other plants nearby, move the kit to another location (if possible) to avoid contagion.
  • Identify and remove infested leaves
  • Spray the leaves with plenty of water
  • You can also try this homemade solution: Dissolve 1 teaspoon of soap shavings and add 5 drops of oil to half a liter of water and place in a spray bottle. The same amount of water and vinegar can also work. Spray the plant every 3 days.

Your plant is infested by whiteflies. To combat this, you can dissolve 1 teaspoon of soap shavings and add 5 drops of oil to half a liter of warm water and place in a spray bottle. Spray until the white flies are well covered.
You can also use neem oil which is a natural insect repellent.

You can wipe it with a sponge on both sides of the sheet or even crush it with your fingers. A homemade mixture of garlic, onion and pepper or insecticidal soap or neem oil can also be used.