People often assume sprouts are best grown in jars. After guiding tens of thousands of sprouters over the years and all over the world, I can tell you that jars are the number #1 cause of most people's sprouting problems. Let's face it, jars were never intended to be a gardening tool. And although some "green thumb" types can have success, it is limited only to a few basic varieties. You need a garden of greens not a headache. And that's easy as long as you use the right tools.
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Sprouting bags will grow any Sprout seed, even hard-to-grow gelatinous seeds like arugula, and cress. But they are perfect for all grains and beans such as mung, lentil, green pea, garbanzo, adzuki, wheat, barley, rye, Kamut, peanut, quinoa, fenugreek, and shelled (silver) sunflower seed. Sure, you can also grow green leafy sprouts such as radish and alfalfa when you roll back the collar to allow more light.