Mustard Green (wasabina) – Jade

Organic non GMO seeds for microgreens and sprouts

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Organic Green Mustard seeds are known by the name wasabina for their intense and distinct spicy flavor.
The non-GMO sprouts and microgreens of Green Mustard grow with a bright green color that will attract your eyes from the first glance.


Organic Green Mustard
The shoots and microgreens of Organic Green Mustard, botanical name Brassica juncea, have the spiciest taste among mustard varieties, so much so that it has earned Organic Green Mustard the name wasabina.
Like other Brassicaceae, organic green mustard grows rapidly with a white stem and bright green leaves.

How can I grow it?
Producing organic Green Mustard sprouts and microgreens is quick and easy, even at home.
To properly grow organic Green Mustard sprouts, we recommend that you keep them in the dark for the first 3 to 4 days while the seeds complete germination.
After just 4 to 5 days, you can already enjoy the unique spicy flavor of organic Green Mustard sprouts.
To harvest the organic Green Mustard microgreens and fully delight yourself with the flavor of its first leaves, just wait for 10 to 12 days.

How can I eat it?
Organic Green Mustard sprouts and microgreens are great to use to bring out the bold and spicy flavors of your best dishes.

Organic Green Mustard Seeds may contain traces of, soy, mustard, wheat, gluten, and grasses.
Store seeds in a cool, ventilated place, with temperature between 8° and 20° C, away from weather, changes in humidity and sunlight.

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Technical Sheet

Green mustard for sprouts and microgreens – Non-GMO organic seed
Botanical name: Brassica juncea.
Number of seeds per gram: 500.
Weight of 1,000 seeds: 2.00gr.
Packaging available online: 50gr | 100gr | 250gr | 500gr | 1.00 Kg
Seed color: brown.
Shoot color: white – green.
Color of microgreens: white stem and green leaf.
Flavor: sharp spicy.
Guaranteed minimum germination rate: 80%.
Origin: Italy

Difficulty of growth: easy.
Soaking: not necessary.
Keep in the dark for 3 to 4 days.
Germinates in 4/5 days.
Microgreens: 10 + days.