Here is an interesting choice for microgreens, carrots! Not surprisingly, carrot microgreens have a mild, sweet carrot taste. These seedlings are rich in vitamin A, antioxidants, and carotenoids, making for an extremely nutritious addition to your meal.
Carrot microgreens have light green, feathery tops. Carrots seeds are slower to germinate and grow, with a seed-to-harvest cycle of two to three weeks. Carrot seeds can be sown more densely than other microgreens, as their cotyledon leaves are slender. We also recommend for carrot seeds to be grown in soil for better results.
Scientific Name: Daucus carota
- Seed count: 630 seeds / gram approximate
Pre-soaking: Not required
Growth Medium: Organic soil
- Germination: 4-7 days
- Blackout Period: 4-7 days
- Harvest in: 14 - 20 days
- Seed Origin: USA
General guide to growing microgreens
**Disclaimer: Soil, climate and cultivation methods may all affect the growth of crops. Identical results are not guaranteed nor implied for all growing conditions. If you experience problems with crop growth, we will be happy to guide you, but we will not be held responsible for crop failure except in situations where the seeds are defected.**