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My sunflower and pea shoots are ready:). Time to start another tray...these won't last long.

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Comment by Wanda Cox on April 27, 2013 at 12:33pm

Got cha! THANKS Debby so much and tTHANKS for taking the time to post the picture of the trays.  Did you make the trays or did you order them?.  Mine turned out ok however, since I LOVE Them so much I sure want to do this right.  I've been using a little soil but I like the idea of baby blanket.  I'm doing mine indoors as my birds go  CRAZY when I have them outside.  I recently had a bird diving into my window, with the sprouts inside.  My husband thought I was crazy until he experienced the same thing.  These crazy birds are trying to bet in my house and I know its because of the sunflower seeds!!!! :)

Comment by Debby Gee on April 27, 2013 at 10:27am

It has just six holes along each of two opposite sides (see photo) for drainage. Otherwise it is solid where you grow, no holes under. I think the key is that you need to use a medium for sunflower sprouts; either soil or baby blanket or other. The trays are EasyGreen sprouter trays, and the baby blanket medium I get from SproutPeople  (dot org).

Comment by Wanda Cox on April 27, 2013 at 7:42am

Thanks Debby, ? so the tray that you grow them in has holes along the edge?  My container that I sprout them with has holes in it but not where I am growing.  Maybe that's my problem.  Can you tell me where to order?

Comment by Debby Gee on April 26, 2013 at 10:44pm


The tray has holes along the edge only. I grow them on a medium called "baby blanket" that is compostable after. I grow them in an EasySprouter which mists them automatically. I set it for twice a day. You could just use a spray bottle though.

Comment by Wanda Cox on April 26, 2013 at 10:08pm

Can you all tell me when you grow the sunflower sprouts does that flat container you use have holes in the bottom for drainage?  Also do you sprinkle, pour or mist water on them? Thanks for your help. hugs, Wanda

Comment by Debby Gee on April 16, 2013 at 7:15am

Good news!  Just don't tell too many people or you won't get any yourself:). The good news is you can always be growing more.

Comment by Sharon KC on April 16, 2013 at 2:52am

My brocoli sprouts are growing and wheat grass too.  Thanks for your help

Comment by Wanda Cox on February 13, 2013 at 2:59pm

Me too!!!!!!!!!!!!!  I LOVE SPROUTS!

Comment by Bette Bliss Shaw on February 10, 2013 at 6:30am

I will be right over! Mmmmmmm

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