Temperature: What are the optimum indoor temperatures for growth?

The optimum temperature for growing microgreens is usually between 64 and 77 degrees Fahrenheit. Temperatures around 77 degrees can still be acceptable, but it is important to ensure good air circulation to minimize the risk of mold growth or bacterial contamination that can occur in warmer and more humid environments.

In summer, when indoor temperatures rise above 77 degrees, there are some measures you can take to protect your microgreens:
  • Shade and insulation: do not place the ingarden directly in the sun or next to heat sources, and if necessary use reflective materials to protect the plants from too much heat.
  • Air circulation: Ensure good ventilation to move air around the plants and regulate the temperature.
  • Hydration: Check the humidity of the microgreens regularly and water them as needed to avoid overheating.