If you’re looking for a spicy and pungent tasting microgreen to add to your salads or dishes, mustard is a great choice. In hot or warm food you can just wait to add the microgreens until the dish is ready to set on the table to keep them crisp.
To grow mustard microgreens you don’t need to soak seeds. Prepare your soil by getting it sufficiently moist. Spread seeds evenly across the surface of the soil. After seeds are sown, cover for two-three days to allow seeds to germinate, and then uncover seeds and place under a grow light. Continue to water when need. Harvest when the look and the flavor are to your liking. So, begin sampling the greens when the first set of leaves form to determine when to cut! Mustard microgreens will be ready to harvest in about a week.