A wheatgrass is a grass from the young wheat plants that can help in fighting and preventing a wide range of chronic sicknesses, and it’s very easy to grow once you know how to grow wheatgrass at home the right way.
Wheatgrass is highly nutritious and contains a lot of vitamins and minerals, and even amino acids. It has many amazing properties that can help in treating simple ailments to severe diseases. It is very easy to plant and grow. it can be done anywhere, as long as there is soil and sunlight, and the place is applicable for the growth of wheatgrass grains.
Before you learn how to grow wheatgrass at home you should know that it is cheap and anybody can do it.All you need is a plain, flat deep-set seedling tray with holes, premium soil or clay pots, sprinkle sprayer, quality wheatgrass grains and a good location. It should be a place with enough sunlight.
Indeed, it is easy to plant and grow wheatgrass, but to get the most of your plants, follow these basic steps:
1. Wash and clean the grains;
2. Dip quality wheatgrass grains in a container full of water and leave it overnight;
3. Prepare the seedling tray by putting the soil in it;
4.Take the grains out of the container and spread them on the surface of the soil. Make sure the grains aren’t touching one another;
5.Cover the layer of grains by sprinkling a thin layer of soil on top of them;
6.Cover the seedling tray with a newspaper or any paper-made material to provide shade that helps the sprouting of the grains, and to protect the grains from being eaten by birds;
7.Place the seedling tray on a balcony for a whole day;
8.The next day, uncover the seedling tray, spray it with some water using your sprinkle sprayer and cover it again;
9.Repeat step 8 until the grains had sprouted green leaves. When green leaves appear, do not cover the seedling tray so that the plants can get sunlight;
10.Start to water the plants everyday;
11.The plants will reach 8 inches tall on the 7th or 9th day, and when that happens, you can harvest the wheatgrass. Cut about ½ inches above the surface of the soil using clean scissors;
12.The harvested wheatgrass is now ready to be juiced, chewed or stored;
13.Continue to water the plants until the 7th or 9th day, then harvest them again;
14.After the second harvest, replace the soil from the seedling tray with a new one; and
15.The seedling tray is now ready again for a new set of wheatgrass grains. The general rule to keep in mind is to water it twice a day.
This is all there is to know about how to grow wheatgrass at home. And it is just as easy as that!
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