Delicious nutty sunflower taste in a crunchy microgreen!
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Great source of protein and an excellent source of vitamins B6, and E, calcium, iron, magnesium, niacin, phosphorus, potassium, and dietary fiber.
Customers most agreed on the following:
Great sprouting ratio. Seedlings are strong, robust and flavourful. I sue the microgreens in salads, sandwiches and in juicing.
The best to grow for replacing the most of vegetables for this period of confinement! Not the only one, but so tasty!! ❤️
I am pleased with all of the seeds I have ordered - the black sunflower seeds, buckwheat, radish, and peas have all been good quality. They sprout beautifully and also grow well in soil. I use 80% peat moss, 10% vermiculite, and 10% perlite along with seaweed powder and compost at the bottom before I add the soil - a cup or so per bowl - and place bowls on the windowsill (after a few days in a dark warm place with soaking wet newspaper covering), and within a few day I have healthy sprouts - no direct sun needed - Peter Burke's method. I've also planted and sprouted the broccoli with pretty good results - more uneven in growth for some reason, but good nevertheless.
this lot of sunflower seeds had a poor germination rate, I would say 60% ,did not germinate evenly.I used different type of soil but no change in result.I had a different Lot before which was much much better.
I loved these greens but was a bit disappointed with the percentage of germination. I am going to reduce me seed density and see what happens.
I have used Mumm`s seeds for almost 20 years and absolutely LOVE them. I can`t get over the quality and viability of them. The flavour of these sprouts are fanominal! I highly recommend Mumm`s seeds to anyone who values quality in a food item.
I ordered black oil seed and received grey striped which completely changes the production characteristics. It also had a pretty low germination rate @ approximately 90% instead of indicated 95%.