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Microgreen mustard seeds produce mildly spicy, tender, succulent microgreens that add mild horseradish flavour to salads and blends. They are very fast to germinate and grow. So close to horseradish in flavour, A superb source of carotene and antioxidants, as well as a host of vitamins and minerals.
Mustards (Brassica juncea) – They pack as much pungency as you would expect from mustards. Growing 1 ½ to 2 inches, they become ready for harvest in 12-14 days when the first true leaves appear in most of the plants.
To plant mustardseeds, place about 1 inch of potting soil on the bottom of the pot or container, and flatten it out (without mashing it) with your hand. Then, sprinkle a thin layer of seeds over the soil, and press them gently in. Cover the seeds with a light layer of top soil, and spray the surface lightly with a plant mister. Instead of misting, you can cover the seeds with a layer of plastic wrap, which you leave on throughout germination.
Mist the soil twice a day lightly until the sprouts appear. If you are using plastic wrap, be sure to remove it after the seeds have sprouted. Once the seeds are up, keep misting the plants twice a day throughout the growing duration.