soak organic raw wheat berries in water for 8 hours. rinse and scatter them in soil.They will grow in 8-10 day to be ready to be juiced. I water every few days with water. I don’t have a wheatgrass juicer so I blend in blender and drain in strainer. Then I put the juice of a lemon and maple syrup. You can also use...
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soak organic raw wheat berries in water for 8 hours. rinse and scatter them in soil.They will grow in 8-10 day to be ready to be juiced. I water every few days with water. I don’t have a wheatgrass juicer so I blend in blender and drain in strainer. Then I put the juice of a lemon and maple syrup. You can also use barley. I cut the bottom of gallon plastic milk jugs so it’s like 4 inches high and put holes on the bottom to drain.or you can use anything. i put soil a few inches high.

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yea its quite easy to grow wheatgrass. im currently growing a batch in my dorm room where there is no kitchen. i have a box that i put plastic and then lined with paper bags. i then put the soaked wheat berries on top, enough that they are all touching but not really overlapping. after that, i water it when i get up, and when i go to bed. make sure it has an adequate water supply and adequate drainage, or else mold will develope. thats all it takes

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You could, but you wouldnt get the full nutrional value as actually letting the sprouts grow into grass. Besides all you need is a spare plastic container wide and long and about 2-3inches tall. All you really need is a free windowsill :).

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