This totally sounds like a stupid question but due to time constraints this year I need the shortcut if its available.
I am normally an experiemnter in my gardener endeavors but I just don't have the time to "play around" with experiments this year. So I was wondering...
I have about a dozen different kind of microgreens seeds left which I never got to use over the winter months. So if I would plant them as if a normal seed in my garden, will they grow and mature as a normal crop?
Seems to me they should but I'd hate to waste the time and space if this is doomed to failure before I even start.
Has anyone ever tried this and what were your results? Thanks
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