How to Grow Wheatgrass – The Perfect Harvest Time


This blog post on harvesting wheatgrass was inspired by a facebook comment on my wall.  I was shocked to see a friend recommend you grow wheatgrass for 60 days in deep soil.

From all the research I have done, that is NOT the best way or time length to grow wheatgrass.

Maybe if you’ve lived out on the ranch, that would be practical, but most people don’t have

that much space or time to wait anyways!

Scientific studies have proven that sprouts have the most nutritional value within 3-14 days of sprouting.

It is when the seed first germinates that is POWER PACKED with alive nutrients ready to grow the plant (or fuel YOU)!

Wheatgrass is an AWESOME source of chlorophyll, and you don’t have to wait 60 days to harvest homegrown wheatgrass. The best time to harvest wheatgrass is right before the grass blade starts to split into 2 leaves- and that usually takes about 2 weeks.

Grasses grow from the bottom, so you want to cut it down before it transforms from its first leaf to 2 leaves or blades of grass. That is the sign the wheat sprout is changing into more a hardy vegetative adult. You want the baby sprout packed with nutrients!

To learn the step by step methods of growing wheatgrass and many other sprouts I encourage you to look at Sproutology: The Ultimate Home Sprouting Guide.

I created a book and DVD on sprouting condensing over 5 years of sprouting experience 😉

And you get recipes too!

>>>>>Click here to learn the secrets of sprouting at home <<<<

When you grow wheatgrass you  have unlimited access to the best source of  living chlorophyll.

That is good, because chlorophyll is known to

  • neutralize toxins
  • support and purify the liver
  • improve blood sugar balance
  • be an antibacterial that can be used inside and outside the body as a healer.

Start sprouting today and harvest your wheatgrass in 2 weeks!

Cheers to your radiant health,






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