how to grow wheatgrass

How to Grow Wheatgrass

We are excited to show you how to make the most amazing wheatgrass from sprouted wheat berries without leaving your kitchen . . . “because there’s a “little farmer” in all of us,” right?  Growing wheatgrass is easy and fun. If you have children, why not bring out the “little farmer” in them too.  This is a terrific way to get everyone interested in where their food comes from. Our wheatgrass is ready to cut and use in just 5-6 days! 

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What are the health benefits of Wheatgrass 

First, let us tell you about the benefits of wheatgrass. Wheatgrass is grown from the wheat seed (sometimes called wheat berries ). Did you know some research shows wheatgrass has been popularized as a health food as well as a medicinal supplement?  This “superfood” is packed with vitamins, minerals and much more!  In addition to using cut wheatgrass for your wheatgrass smoothies as we do in our delicious smoothie recipes, you can make wheatgrass juice or wheatgrass shots (usually 2-4 ounces) to use as well.

Wheatgrass can also be used for decoration, cats and chicken fodder. 

 

 

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Comments 7

sarah on

How many sprouted wheat berries per inch when you put them in the soil? Trying to determine how many to sprout for a preschool class project. Thank you .

Manisha on

How long will the sprouts keep growing after they are first cut? Basically, at what point do they stop sprouting grass?

Leslie on

I was just watching a video on sprouting lentils too !!! great food for chickens

Tom on

Great for worms they love it grow and turn upside down in worm bed cover with cardboard . Great worm food cheap and easy

Bob Kuhnke on

Can I order directly from you ? We couldn’t be any further apart…. Wash/ FL or would you recommend another source closer?
Only looking for good qualiy RHWWB’s for my own personal use to grow and juice.
Thank you, Bob

Danelle (Again) on

Does it matter what kind of wheat berries I use? I have your hard red winter wheat berries, which I’m going to try.

Danelle on

Thank you for this post, it’s very helpful to know about sprouting in a jar first. I had planned to just sprinkle them in the potting mix and keep moist with plastic wrap until they got going, but going to try your way. My indoor cats can’t wait to taste some beautiful wheatgrass!

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