Microgreens must be handled carefully after harvesting due to their delicate nature. Never leave your harvested greens out in the open for an extended period of time, especially in the summer.
The sun’s intensity can occasionally cause the leaves to burn. This permanent damage weakens the integrity of the greens.
When nutrients are not provided in sufficient amounts, greens become stunted. The type of soil is the first consideration while growing them in soil.
Light is always the key factor when your greens start to get weedy. You can tell the difference between tall, spindly greens grabbing for any available light and healthy, sturdy greens that receive appropriate light.
When trays are moved, you can find that your soil moves. Therefore, deep crevasses could develop if the trays aren’t carried with support.