How to grow healing Wheatgrass

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Its nice to have a sprouting lid that fits on a mason jar

Put 1 cup of wheat berries into the jar

Cover with water

Place a dish towel over the jar and let soak in darkness for 24 hours

Drain water, fill with water and rise a few times. Last time turn upside down and allow to rest for 12 hours.

Every 12 hours; fill with water, rinse and return to the upside down position

After 3 days (6 – 12 hour rinsing) when they look like they are starting to sprout

Get a shallow potting container

Fill it with about 1 inch of Organic potting soil, wet the soil and spread the sprouted wheat berries on the soil

Cover with brown paper bags.

Place in a dark area  for three days

All the while making sure that the paper bags stay very wet

Once it starts to look like little blades of yellow grass

Move it outside in the sun, take off the bag and make sure it gets lots of sun and water

When it get to be about 8 inches high. Cut it and allow it to grow 1 more time.

note: In more humid climates mold can start to grow on the soil. Please do not use this as it would not be good for your health. Please discard of it.

I would love to know what tricks you use to grow at home. Please comment below

Thanks for listening

LeLa

 

 

 

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