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Sprouting Alfalfa Seeds

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Grow highly nutritious alfalfa sprouts in your Speedy Sprouter within a week! Enjoy the taste of freshly grown food in your favourite dishes and cut down on personal consumption and food waste in the process!

Specifications

Botanical Name: Medicago Sativa
Size Availability: 25g, 100g, 1kg
TasteMild taste and good crunch. Slightly nutty.
Recipes: Perfect for Salads, Sandwiches, pastas and most cold served western dishes
When to plant: All year round in sprout jars
Harvest: Within 7 days
Packaging: 25g and 100g sachets come in 100% recycled paper seed sachet. 1kg comes in biodegradeable/compostable sealed bag."
Other: Alfalfa is an amazingly fast grower, in 7 days it can grow up to 17.8x it's original size! This variety of alfalfa can be used to grow both sprouts and micro-greens. Non-Chemically treated.

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    23/05/2022

    Good pack of seeds.

    Very tasty! Almost 100% germination with this pack of seeds.

    SG
    Sam G.
    Australia Australia
    21/02/2022

    Loving my home grown sprouts

    So much fun to start growing these sprouts and in 7 - 10 days, I have myself a cute salad accompaniment. Apart from the bonus of growing them myself, I think of all the plastic I'm not using by buying store bought ones. Yeah!

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    Debi
    Australia Australia
    23/12/2021

    question

    i would like more information on the method of watering. do I water once a day or more do put them in sun or shade do i wash them before and after before eating them. Is white mould OK? Please answer my questions ASP how do you rinse fine seeds and stop them washing out the holes in the lid. More info for beginners please.

    CD
    catriona d.
    Australia Australia