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How to Grow Sunflower Microgreens | Full Walkthrough with TIPS & TRICKS | On The Grow



? This is our comprehensive step-by-step guide for growing Black Oil Sunflower Microgreens! This video is packed with invaluable Tips & Tricks to ensure your success. Sunflower microgreens are incredibly popular, but they can pose challenges. Over the years, we’ve learned that adjusting grow methods for different seed batches is often necessary. In this tutorial, we demonstrate the complete process, from seeding to harvest, using Coco coir as the growing medium. While we’ve since discovered a no-soak method, where seeds are planted directly, it’s important to note that soaking may still be needed for easy hull shedding. Check out our other videos for more on the no-soak method. Let’s dive into the world of vibrant Black Oil Sunflower Microgreens! ?✅

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