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Sunflower seed germination seeds

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€3,35

  • Seeds sunflower seeds
  • Organic seeds
  • Growing your own healthy sprouts
  • With the dish method
  • Growing time: approx. 6-9 days
  • Super-healthy vegetables
  • Organic germination seeds

    To produce our certified organic sprouts, we use only seeds of organic origin. So it without the use of chemical pesticides, fertilizers and artificial additives, and without GMOs.

    With almost all ready-to-eat sprouts in the supermarket, additives are added to the growing water and then additionally treated with disinfectant powder. With our organic sprouting seeds, however, you grow the purest and freshest, crispiest sprouts and microgreens possible.

    Sunflower sprouts: suitable for the dish method

    Broadly speaking, there are 2 methods of germination. Each seed type has its specific method.

    Sunflower germination seeds are grown at home using the saucer method.

    Ideally you do this in a mini greenhouse on hemp mats, but it can also just be done on a plate or tray with cotton wool. Here's the simple step-by-step plan:

    1.Cover a saucer or plate with a layer of cotton wool or use hemp mats, and wet them. Squeeze out most of the water to form an even surface. Pour off the squeezed out water.

    2.Spread sunflower seeds on top of this. Make sure the seeds are not on top of each other. Piles of seeds can form clumps. Press the seeds lightly. Store the dish at room temperature. Make sure there is enough daylight, but do not place the greenhouse or container in full sunlight.

    Make sure (but only after the seed has germinated) that the cotton wool stays moist (not too wet) for 6 days.

    4.After 6 days the wheat microgreens are ready for use, cut the required part of the sprouts as low as possible. At room temperature you can keep the sprouts for a few days and consume them.

    Keep the jar with the sprouts dry, sealed, and in the dark in the pantry

    Tip: sunflower sprouts work better if you first soak the seeds in water for 10-12 hours.

    You can also rinse them for 2 days after pre-soaking using the culture pot method, so that they already germinate a little. Then sprout them in the saucer method with cotton wool or in a mini greenhouse.

    Allergens

    This product contains no allergens.

    This product is packaged and/or stored in a facility that also processes products containing nuts, peanuts, mustard, celery, gluten, sesame, soy and sulphite. Despite all precautions, this product may contain traces of these allergens.

Sunflower seed germination seeds

100 gr / 1

€3,35

  • Organic germination seeds

    To produce our certified organic sprouts, we use only seeds of organic origin. So it without the use of chemical pesticides, fertilizers and artificial additives, and without GMOs.

    With almost all ready-to-eat sprouts in the supermarket, additives are added to the growing water and then additionally treated with disinfectant powder. With our organic sprouting seeds, however, you grow the purest and freshest, crispiest sprouts and microgreens possible.

    Sunflower sprouts: suitable for the dish method

    Broadly speaking, there are 2 methods of germination. Each seed type has its specific method.

    Sunflower germination seeds are grown at home using the saucer method.

    Ideally you do this in a mini greenhouse on hemp mats, but it can also just be done on a plate or tray with cotton wool. Here's the simple step-by-step plan:

    1.Cover a saucer or plate with a layer of cotton wool or use hemp mats, and wet them. Squeeze out most of the water to form an even surface. Pour off the squeezed out water.

    2.Spread sunflower seeds on top of this. Make sure the seeds are not on top of each other. Piles of seeds can form clumps. Press the seeds lightly. Store the dish at room temperature. Make sure there is enough daylight, but do not place the greenhouse or container in full sunlight.

    Make sure (but only after the seed has germinated) that the cotton wool stays moist (not too wet) for 6 days.

    4.After 6 days the wheat microgreens are ready for use, cut the required part of the sprouts as low as possible. At room temperature you can keep the sprouts for a few days and consume them.

    Keep the jar with the sprouts dry, sealed, and in the dark in the pantry

    Tip: sunflower sprouts work better if you first soak the seeds in water for 10-12 hours.

    You can also rinse them for 2 days after pre-soaking using the culture pot method, so that they already germinate a little. Then sprout them in the saucer method with cotton wool or in a mini greenhouse.

    Allergens

    This product contains no allergens.

    This product is packaged and/or stored in a facility that also processes products containing nuts, peanuts, mustard, celery, gluten, sesame, soy and sulphite. Despite all precautions, this product may contain traces of these allergens.