Mizuna Red Eco for Microgreen
Mizuna Red Eco is a popular choice for growing microgreens, thanks to its attractive appearance, nutrient-rich content and exceptional taste. This organic variety is ideal for those looking to grow healthy and sustainable micro green at home.
Taste and Use
Mizuna Red Eco microgreens have a mild, slightly peppery taste that gives an interesting and delicate nuance to a wide range of dishes. It is perfect for salads, sandwiches, wraps and as a topping on hot dishes. Mizuna Red Eco microgreens not only add flavor to your meals, but also a beautiful visual effect with its red stems and green leaves.
Microgreens are known to be an excellent source of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, and Mizuna Red Eco is no exception. It is rich in vitamins A, C, K and folate as well as iron, calcium and potassium. Growing Mizuna Red Eco microgreens at home gives you access to fresh, nutritious vegetables that you can use to supplement your diet.
Easy and Fast Cultivation
Mizuna Red Eco is one of the easiest microgreens to grow at home. From sowing to harvesting takes only 7-14 days, which means you can quickly access fresh, healthy vegetables. Growing microgreens does not require much space and can be done on the windowsill, on the balcony or even in a small corner of your kitchen.
Tested and certified organic seeds
We sell seeds that have been tested for the following harmful bacteria:
- Bacillus cereus
- Salmonella spp.
- Listeria monocytogenes
- Verotoxin-producing E. coli
Certified sale of organic seeds
We are certified by the Danish Agency for Agriculture to sell organic seeds
How do I grow Mizuna Red Eco microgreens at home?
To grow Mizuna Red Eco microgreens, simply sow the seeds in one sprout hill with a moist growth medium (e.g coconut flour). Cover the seeds lightly with a thin layer of medium and keep them moist but not wet. Place them somewhere with indirect sunlight and wait 7-14 days before harvesting your fresh microgreens.
In which dishes can I use Mizuna Red Eco microgreens?
Mizuna Red Eco microgreens are versatile and can be used in a wide variety of dishes. They are perfect as a topping on salads, in sandwiches, in wraps and even as a garnish on hot dishes such as pasta or rice.
Is Mizuna Red Eco microgreen healthy?
Yes, Mizuna Red Eco microgreens are packed with nutrients, including vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. They are an excellent source of vitamins A, C, K and folate as well as iron, calcium and potassium. By including them in your diet, you gain access to a number of important nutrients that can strengthen your health and well-being.
How do I store my freshly harvested Mizuna Red Eco microgreens?
To store your freshly harvested Mizuna Red Eco microgreens, you must first rinse them carefully and dry them carefully, for example using a salad spinner or kitchen paper. Then store them in a container or plastic bag in the fridge where they can stay fresh for up to a week.
Can I grow Mizuna Red Eco microgreens outdoors?
Although Mizuna Red Eco microgreens are primarily grown indoors, you can also grow them outdoors in a greenhouse or in a pot on a balcony or terrace. Remember to protect them from direct sunlight and strong wind, and make sure to keep the soil moist but not wet.
Are there any special lighting requirements for Mizuna Red Eco microgreen?
Mizuna Red Eco microgreens thrive best in indirect sunlight or under dim lighting, such as a windowsill, where they get light, but not direct sun. If you live in a place with limited natural light, or in winter, you can use one grolys lamp to give your microgreens the necessary lighting.
How do I know when my Mizuna Red Eco microgreens are ready to harvest?
Your Mizuna Red Eco microgreens will be ready to harvest when they have developed their first set of real leaves, which usually happens between 7-14 days after sowing. The leaves will be dark green with red stems and the plant will have a fresh, slightly peppery flavor. You can harvest them by cutting them close to the ground with scissors or a knife.