why do my microgreens grow at different rates and grow to different sizes?

different types of microgreens have different heights and growth rates due to variations in their genetics and growth patterns. the height of a microgreen can also depend on factors such as the amount of light, temperature, and humidity they receive.
some microgreen varieties, such as mustard and radish, tend to grow taller than others, such as broccoli and red cabbage, which typically have a shorter height. the growth rate of microgreens can also affect their height, as some varieties may grow faster or slower than others.