In this master class our expert trainer Richard Lee will teach you everything you need to know about how to successfully grow you own healthy micro greens at home.
Whether you are new to growing food, live in an apartment or unit with limited space, are time poor, have physical constraints, or just want to try something new, micro greens are an easy and fun way to grow some food at home. You don’t get more local than that.
This class will cover:
- The difference between sprouting and growing microgreens
- Materials required — sources, types, costs
- Seeds — sources, storage, varieties, seasonal choices)
- Conditions — temperature, light, air circulation, humidity
- How to sow — density, size
- Care and maintenance — germination, duration, watering, disease prevention
In this workshop you will be planting some micro greens in small pots to help support the theory you learn and to take home as a beginning for your micro green growing journey.
About Richard Lee
Richard is the owner and operator of KABUU, a start-up enterprise based in Banyule and Nillumbik, Victoria which runs a micro-nursery and grow vegetables, herbs, baby salads and microgreens. Since May 2014 Richard has had a regular seedling stall at Victorian Farmer’s Markets in and around Melbourne. His specialty is growing eco-friendly organic KABUU Seedlings using the Natures BoxPress method.
Richard is an aspiring ecological urban farmer and is committed to growing sustainably with the goal is to transform vacant and underutilised urban spaces into thriving food producing systems; supplying quality fresh food to local communities.