The finest wheatgrass/catgrass seeds in the known universe available only from Todd's Seeds!
We TRIPLE CLEAN our seeds to make sure that the bag of seed you order is full of, well, SEED, and not a bunch of weed material or other junk. PURE SEED!
Our germination rates for our wheatgrass are also the highest in the industry.
Growing wheatgrass is simple and fun. You can start growing it indoors even without a lot of space. All you need is a good soil mix, water, and a misting bottle. When you have finished watering your wheatgrass, make sure to mist the soil. When you walk by your crop during the day, just grab the bottle and give it all a spritz. Easy.
The first step in growing wheatgrass is preparing the soil. You can for sure use some super nice pre-moistened organic soil, but the soil isn't the secret. The secret is the seed. Todd himself is happy to go into his back yard and shovel regular dir into a tray and sprout wheatgrass.
Place the seeds in a well-drained container and gently press the soil. Make sure that each seed receives a little water. Don't crowd the area. Once you've completed this, place your tray in an area of your home with at least five hours of direct sunlight. If you do not get a lot of sunlight, don't worry; if you don't have the direct sunlight, you can use artificial grow lights instead. Again, Todd says he doesn't use any type of lights at all, and where his trays are located get no sun, and his crops are always booming!
Wheatgrass can also be grown for a cat treat. This is very similar in function to the original purpose of the wheatgrass plant as a cat food additive. It's not a substitute for the fresh greens your cat eats. You can add a pinch of wheatgrass pulp to the water your cat eats and drink, but it's much easier to grow wheat grass for your cat. It acts a lot like a probiotic smoothing stomach problems for you kitty, and pretty much eliminating them coughing up those fur balls. Plus, THEY LOVE IT! Plant it in a nice little pot just for them and set it out where they can get to it. It's fun to watch them come up, take a look and start chewing.
Wheatgrass can be grown for cats in an apartment or on a balcony. You can best plant the seeds in a glass container or bowl that is filled with clean filtered water. The main danger to your wheatgrass plants is mold, so you must protect them from it. You can use baking soda to protect your seeds from mold. It is important to apply it again every time the water temperature changes. This will ensure that your cat gets the most nutrients.
As an optional step, let the wheatgrass seeds soak overnight. To grow wheatgrass, you can use a special medium or soilless media. Your seeds will then sprout the next day. You can then harvest the wheatgrass and enjoy it! To avoid contamination, make sure to water your seeds well every day. It's best to cover seeds if you plant them on a non-soil surface.
Wheatgrass can be grown, even if you don't own a garden or have no soil. It will take longer for the wheatgrass to germinate. After three days, you'll have wheatgrass to eat. And if you don't like the taste of wheatgrass, you can juice it in the morning.
One of the best sprouting devices in the world is the Easy Sprout Sprouter. Add the wheatgrass (or any other sprouting seed or microgreen seed) to your cart, and then CLICK HERE to see the Easy Sprout Sprouter.