Jun 12

I started another Wheatgrass tray today with two cups of Spring Wheat Kernels that soaked for 12hr and spouted for 1 day. This time I put all the kernels in one 8″ x 20″ tray.

When I let them sprout for 2 or 3 days they double in size and if I put them all in one tray the spouted kernels would be around 1″ thick.

I want to see what the yield is like on this tray compare to two trays with 1 cup of kernels per tray. It will be interesting to see how much more the yeild will be of 2 trays with 1 cup of kernels vs 1 tray with 2 cups of kernels.

Here are the trays I currently have going.

06-11 1T, 2 Cups, 12hr Soak, 1 Day Sprout:
Wheatgrass Tray 5

06-10 2T, 2 Cups, 12hr Soak, 2 Day Sprout:
Wheatgrass Tray 3 & 4

06-07 2T, 6-10 Out, 2cups, 12hr Soak, 3day Spout:
Wheatgrass Tray 1 & 2

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2 Responses to “Wheatgrass Trays”

  1. 1. Henry Falk Says:

    I’ve been growing wheatgrass for about 2 years now and juicing it. What do you use your wheatgrass for?

  2. 2. Bob Mutch Says:

    Hi Henry,

    I will juice the wheatgrass and use it in my fruit shakes, use it for my scalp, use it to help repair my teeth and gums, use it for a juice fast, use it as an appetite suppressant, plan to give it to Mark Stoll to use for natural burn treatments, and sell trays of it.

    If you have been growing it for 2 years you probable know about the high nutritional value and other factors.

    You can read my post What’s So Great About Wheatgrass Juice what is a list of 40 important things about Wheatgrass juice. Also you may fine my post on Excerpts From The Wheatgrass Book by Ann Wigmore of interest.

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