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Organic Microgreen Seed: Split Coriander

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Organic Split Coriander Microgreen Seeds

Name: Split Coriander Microgreen Seed

Latin Name: Coriandrum sativum

Description: Coriander microgreens have an intense flavour, and the true leaves are absolutely beautiful. They are on the more challnging side to grow, but they are well worth the challenge!

The differnce between split and whole coriander seed is that a whole coriander seed will produce two plants, split coriander seed will produce one plant per seed. It is simply a whole seed split in two halves. Using split seed allows a more even spread of plants when growing microgreens.

Seed Origin: Italy

Grow Time: 18 - 21 Days

Ideal Growing Temperature: 17 °C +

Growing Medium: Fine Compost 

Seeding Rate: 25g to 30g per 10” x 20” Tray

Germination Time: 7 - 8 Days

Blackout Time: 10 - 12 Days

Estimated time to Harvest: 18 - 21 Days

How To Grow Coriander Microgreens: Place a tray with holes inside a tray with no holes. Fill the tray with holes with ¾ inch of fine compost. Compact the compost. Spread the Coriander microgreen seeds evenly over the compost, leaving not much space between each seed, coriander should be seeded densely. Press the seeds into the soil, and cover the seeds with a fine layer of compost, and compact it. Water the seeds and soil. Place a tray with no holes on top of the seeds and soil.

After 7 - 8 days the microgreens will start to sprout from the soil. Water them from the top and place them under a grow light, onto a window sill, or into light in a greenhouse. Water every second day by pouring water into the bottom tray with no holes, until day 14 - 21.

Coriander will be ready to harvest 18 to 21 days. The longer they grow, the more of their beautiful true leaves that will appear. Harvest all of the microgreens using a sharp knife or scissors. Store the harvested microgreens in the refrigerator.

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