Microgreens Growing Mats
Growing Microgreens Without Soil: A Sustainable Approach
Growing microgreens without soil allows you to utilize alternative mediums such as hydroponics, biodegradable mats, coconut coir, vermiculite, and perlite methods. These approaches allow for better control over moisture levels, pH balance, and nutrient intake, resulting in faster growth and higher yields. Moreover, the absence of soil makes for a cleaner and more efficient way to cultivate microgreens.
247 Patents Certain to Influence Your Microgreens Business
According to Yahoo Finance, the global Microgreens market will reach $3.7 billion by 2030, and the US market will reach $960 million by 2030. Whether you’re a basement or garage-based start-up, a Certified B corporation like AeroFarms, or any entity in between, these numbers present you with a huge opportunity.