A straightforward ten-step process can be used to grow microgreens. You'll find that it requires little effort, time, and knowledge.
The first step is to create the seed bed by filling your trays with the growing medium of your choice. Most growers have discovered that 1 to 1-1/2 inches of soil should be enough.
You are prepared to plant your seeds now that you have a level, smooth seed bed. You can use only one type of seed per tray or as many different types of seeds as you like.
Three options are available for this step. A layer of soil about the depth of the seed being sown, but making sure the seed is covered.
After that, you need to water your trays. Set your sprayer to a light or medium shower setting to wet the entire tray evenly.
If you are not growing in a greenhouse of some kind, you will need to cover your trays with lids after they have been watered. These lids are utilized to accelerate germination.