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  • SPROUTS READY IN 3-5 DAYS: Enjoy healthy sprouts for salads, sandwiches and soups
  • VARIETY: Grow multiple types of sprouting seeds at the same time
  • SEEDS STAY IN PLACE: Hydrophobic water flow method insures seeds won't move during germination

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The New Seed-Starters Handbook

The New Seed-Starters Handbook

Rodale. 2018

Starting plants from a seed grants earlier harvests, greater variety, healthier seedlings, lower costs, and the undeniable sense of satisfaction and reward. For the most complete, up-to-date information on starting plants from seed, turn to The New Seed-Starter's Handbook. Written by a gardener with 30 years of experience, this updated, easy-to-use reference explains everything you need to know to start seeds and raise healthy seedlings successfully. You'll find: The latest research in seed starting The best growing media The newest gardening materials Solutions to seed-starting problems Source lists for seeds and hard-to-find gardening supplies The robust encyclopedia section lists more than 200 plants--including vegetables and fruits, garden flowers, wildflowers, herbs, trees, and...

The New Seed-Starters Handbook

The New Seed-Starters Handbook

Rodale. 2018

Starting plants from a seed grants earlier harvests, greater variety, healthier seedlings, lower costs, and the undeniable sense of satisfaction and reward. For the most complete, up-to-date information on starting plants from seed, turn to The New Seed-Starter's Handbook. Written by a gardener with 30 years of experience, this updated, easy-to-use reference explains everything you need to know to start seeds and raise healthy seedlings successfully. You'll find: - The latest research in seed starting - The best growing media - The newest gardening materials - Solutions to seed-starting problems - Source lists for seeds and hard-to-find gardening supplies The robust encyclopedia section lists more than 200 plants—including vegetables and fruits, garden flowers, wildflowers, herbs,...

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  1. The word that comes to mind first is WOW! As a sprouter for many years, I can say that this system is so unique and effective, and it is SO easy to clean that I would give it 10 stars if I could! The sprouts grow well and store in the sprouter tray beautifully and the sprouts are beautiful instead of being in a tangled mess like you get with jar sprouters. But the single best thing about this system is how easy it is to clean. Anyone who has tried other sprouting systems knows the headache of trying to get the little seeds and roots cleaned out of the holes in the traditional sprouting trays. There are no such holes in this system, making it super easy to clean! Frankly, I don’t understand how it works as well as it does, just looking at the design, but I’m not going to argue with what works like a dream!

  2. I bought this to try and replace my 4 tier round sprouted because I thought it would fit and look better on my counter and the venting lid was a nice addition. While it does look better…. drainage holes are too big for small seeds. I mostly sprout things like alfalfa and clover and the seeds are just dropping through to the bottom water reservoir or running through with the water. The water also flows through really fast so you will likely need to water a few times per day. My 4 tier round only has holes around the edge making the water drip through… This is really more of a pour through. If you are able to water it more frequently and are sprouting larger seeds it might be ok but for me it is not likely to end up replacing my old one. I may fill it with a soilless mix an use it for pea shoots. It is also made of a really rigid plastic.

  3. I wish I could give this a 4.5! I love it! (it is not perfect, but nothing is!)I always buy sprouts, but the cost ($5+ a pop), plus the fact that not many places near me carry them, plus the fact that it’s hard to find variety, was driving me nuts.I looked at the jar method, and the many complaints/problems/stress (I’m sure there is a learning curve and I’d get better, but I was trying for EASY here, I’m lazy) made me think no way I’m ever sprouting.For some reason, on a whim, after some wine, I bought this. I figured under $20, no big loss. Bought a huge bag of sprout seeds on here from the sprout people.It’s amazing. soak a spoonful of seeds, throw them in the tray, rinse/pour water twice a day.. boom, awesome sprouts, for pennies. I pour some water in the morning when I get coffee/breakfast, and at night when I’m doing dinner. flip the bottom tray to the top, drain some water. every 2 days, I add another tray, so I have a rotating crop ( I didn’t want 4 crops of sprouts all ready at once! Easy peasy. Best part? Dishwasher safe top rack, so I know they are clean/sterilized, so easy.try and do less seeds then you think.. I do a scant T. Bigger seeds (mung and garbanzo/big beans) a full T. is fine, but those tiny, tiny alfalfa can get a bit crowded with a full T., so go under for the first few times, if you can.The pic is of alfalfa (a tad crowded- full T) and a mung bean/garbanzo mix, both in the 3-4 day range!

  4. Much improved over my 30 yr sprouter. The flow of water is distributed allowing all the seeds to have moisture. Can be used with tiny alfalfa seeds!

  5. ### UPDATED 6-5-17This thing is amazing. Holding up great. Grows like mad. Dishwasher safe and still looks new. I love knowing how good they are for you. I now throw some vinegar or cider on them to add flavor.#### INITIAL POSTWow, this thing rocks, here is why. I did not realize how much fun growing green stuff would be. When my wife ordered this, I was like great, another “as seen on TV” item that will gather dust and take up space in our home – a little like in-laws. Well I was wrong, let me tell you my story.So, the wife soaks these seeds and then stacks these ugly green containers on the counter. The first time I was them, I cried, because it was another item on the counter and I have no say because the kitchen is ran and owned by the wife. Then within 5 days, all the sudden I had chia pets and full grown sprouts. I was far from excited to be eating greens. I said to myself, great, green items that look like hair with follicles and I am supposed to now eat them…..Then two weeks passed and all the sudden I was loving them! Every day I looked forward to seeing the chia pets growth and would just grab them and eat them as snacks. They were good and different types had different flavor. The best part is they grew with no effort. Well not really, I am a guy and also think my dirty pants walk themselves into the laundry basket. But the wife said they are near effortless and I take that as good! The reality is the sprouts are yummy and different types have different flavor, which rocks.The containers are well built and the process is easy. We wash the containers frequently and use them daily. After just 10 minutes setting them up and reading the directions, you’re ready to go!I give them a 10 out of 10. My wife does also. The kids, well that is a different story, they still stick their nose up to them and refuse to eat them, which is perfect because I don’t need 4 stacks of sprouts growing on my counter. 1 for me is enough 😊. Good luck!PS They are not chia pets, but they will give you flashbacks.

  6. This sprouter does everything it’s supposed to do and fits in a small space on the counter. The price is right. and I find no problems with small seeds slipping through the holes. If you soak seeds overnight before putting in the sprouter, then they swell and are too big to fall through. This is the second sprouter like this I’ve had and I really like it.

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