what are those cob-web looking things on my microgreens?

as the seeds are encapsulated in tissue material, parts of the tissue can stick to the microgreens during growth sporadically.

if the harvest was successful, you could simply wash off the tissue from the microgreens before consumption. however, if the microgreens have barely grown and are stuck together, this is a telltale sign that the seed pads were not adequately watered at the start of growth!

to avoid this outcome, we suggest watering all your seed pads with a slow stream of water from above at first. ensure that the pads are completely soaked with water and the ceramic bowl is filled to the brim. then, throughout the growing process try to keep your ceramic bowl filled with water to avoid the seed pads drying out.

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