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Re: SFG Garden - Fayetteville, GA 2015

Post  yolos on 12/12/2015, 10:15 am

Have you been following the microgreen thread that TD introduced us to.  A great way to garden on small scale inside during the winter or hot summer or anytime.  Doesn't take much effort so would be good to do when you are feeling poorly.

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Post  Windmere on 12/12/2015, 11:02 am

@yolos wrote:Have you been following the microgreen thread that TD introduced us to.  A great way to garden on small scale inside during the winter or hot summer or anytime.  Doesn't take much effort so would be good to do when you are feeling poorly.

http://squarefoot.creatingforum.com/t19999p96-microgreens-gardening
Mmmmm  those all looked really good.  I actually have some microgreen seeds (of course I do, ha ha).  I did not know, however, that you can eat sunflower microgreens.  You've got me think'in yolos.  Smile
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Post  yolos on 12/12/2015, 11:24 am

@Windmere wrote:
@yolos wrote:Have you been following the microgreen thread that TD introduced us to.  A great way to garden on small scale inside during the winter or hot summer or anytime.  Doesn't take much effort so would be good to do when you are feeling poorly.

http://squarefoot.creatingforum.com/t19999p96-microgreens-gardening
Mmmmm  those all looked really good.  I actually have some microgreen seeds (of course I do, ha ha).  I did not know, however, that you can eat sunflower microgreens.  You've got me think'in yolos.  Smile
I just bought a pound of Black Oil Sunflower seeds.  These are supposedly the best to grow for microgreens.  If you would like to try those I can drop off a handful to you.  I also harvested Buckwheat seeds from my buckwheat harvest that I could share.  I also have about a pound of daikon radish seeds that I bought from Swints a few years ago.  Let me know if you want any of these.  I go to Home Depot or Lowes at least once a week so could easily drop some off to you.

PS - my full retirement went into affect Oct 1 so I am free to be me.
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Post  Windmere on 12/13/2015, 4:15 pm

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@Windmere wrote:
@yolos wrote:Have you been following the microgreen thread that TD introduced us to.  A great way to garden on small scale inside during the winter or hot summer or anytime.  Doesn't take much effort so would be good to do when you are feeling poorly.

http://squarefoot.creatingforum.com/t19999p96-microgreens-gardening
Mmmmm  those all looked really good.  I actually have some microgreen seeds (of course I do, ha ha).  I did not know, however, that you can eat sunflower microgreens.  You've got me think'in yolos.  Smile
I just bought a pound of Black Oil Sunflower seeds.  These are supposedly the best to grow for microgreens.  If you would like to try those I can drop off a handful to you.  I also harvested Buckwheat seeds from my buckwheat harvest that I could share.  I also have about a pound of daikon radish seeds that I bought from Swints a few years ago.  Let me know if you want any of these.  I go to Home Depot or Lowes at least once a week so could easily drop some off to you.

PS - my full retirement went into affect Oct 1 so I am free to be me.
Yolos, that would be wonderful.  Yes, please.  May I have some sunflower and daikon radish?  Just a bit, I'm really curious.  Thanks very much.  Come on down whenever you like.  Smile
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