Growing Your Own Sprouts With Easy To Read Diagrams

May 27, 2009 by  
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Step 1 - Soak Your Sprouting Seeds Overnight

Step 1 - Soak Your Sprouting Seeds Overnight

Growing your own sprouts is so easy if you simply follow these 3 easy steps after buying your supplies – you will need organic sprouting seeds, water and a jar with a fine mesh screen or cheese cloth with some rubber bands to secure the lid. To start growing your own sprouts, start but soaking your seeds overnight. In the diagram alfafa sprouts are illustrated because they are one of the easiest types of sprouts to sprout.

Step 2 - Strain The Water

Step 2 - Strain The Water

In step 2, in the morning strain the water. You can use the left over water from straining to water house plants to conserve water.

Step 3 - Let the Sprouts Drain

Step 3 - Let the Sprouts Drain

Next let the sprouts drain and sit in a nice cool area away from direct sunlight. Simply repeat steps 2 and 3 until the alfalfa sprouts start sprouting and reach a good size, in about 7 days. Good luck!

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2 Responses to “Growing Your Own Sprouts With Easy To Read Diagrams”
  1. Yao says:

    Great article. The diagrams are very easy to follow and understand. I was able to show my 7 and 9 year old kids how to sprout with these diagrams.

  2. George T says:

    Finally an article with some pictures on sprouting. I am still having a hard time sprouting certain seeds, but I am sure I will get the hang of it. A word of advice for any beginers out there start out with mung beans they are the easiest to sprout.

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