How to Grow Wheatgrass at Home
Wheatgrass grown at home is beneficial for both humans as pets, and it only requires soaking fresh seeds in water, allowing them to germinate for a few days and planting them in soil. Start growing a pot of wheatgrass with helpful information from a sustainable gardener in this free video on growing food.
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Hi this is Yolanda Vanveen and in this segment I'm going to talk about how to grow wheatgrass at home. Now the big trend is to grow your own wheatgrass and you can take some of the wheats and blend it up in a drink or you can feed it to your pets too and let your pets nibble on it. Wheatgrass is wonderful because it is full of lots of antioxidants and because it is not a gluten based type of grain it is much better for you than other types of flowers. When you're growing your wheatgrass make sure that you have seeds that have not been baked because a lot of times if you just buy the seeds at the store they have already been baked. You need fresh seeds and you can start them right into soil, just put a little bit right into soil and then just kind of sprinkle it through there, kind of rake it in with my fingers, add some water and it will grow or you can put some right into a glass jar. It's very easy to do that. You just soak them in water for about ten hours, strain the water out and you just set it in a sunny window or just put it anywhere in the kitchen and it will start to sprout and then you can enjoy your own wheatgrass at home. It's that easy.