Nothing brightens up the drab days of winter more than a luminous florescent light shining above a tray of fresh microgreens! Radish, mustard, kale, beets, mizuna – even wheatgrass. Spice up your winter smoothies with some home grown “vegetable confetti”!

Microgreen sprouts in wooden crate

Check out this new USU Extension YouTube video on growing microgreens at home by Weber County Horticulture Agent, Helen Muntz!

For more information on growing microgreens, like this fact sheet from University of Florida, search “microgreens edu”.  Dig in!

Microgreens used to add color to plated gnocchi