More about Mungo

Mungo is a bowl specially designed for germination of seeds, nuts and pulses. You can grow your own fresh sprouts or young shoots in bio quality at home. The bowl is made up of three tiers which allow 3 different types of seeds to germinate at the same time. It's easy to use!

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Use

Spread the seeds on the surface of the bowl and pour water over them 2 times a day. One glass is enough.

Excess water will accumulate in the bottom bowl, which needs to be regularly emptied.

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The difference between sprouts and Microgreens

Microgreens, or young shoots, are basically just another developmental stage of sprouts. The beans or other seeds germinate on approximately day 2-3 after soaking. If you let them continue to grow, on day 5 they'll become small green plants - the so called microgreens.

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In stock (42 pc)
CZK  299
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Health benefits of fresh sprouts

These little germs of vegetables, herbs or pulses are full of vitamins, minerals, enzymes and also antioxidants. This makes them ideal for replenishing energy, helping to maintain stable sugar levels and serving as prevention of cancer and other diseases of civilization.

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Crops suitable for germination

Almost anything can be germinated. The most popular vegetables include broccoli, radishes, red cabbage, arugula, beetroot, carrots or Chinese cabbage pak choi. But also popular are pulses (lentils, mungo beans, peas, chickpeas) or cereals (spelt, barley, oats, millet, rice). Do not use seed dressings for normal cultivation, organic seeds are suitable for germination.

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Length x width x hight (in cm)Volume of water (in liters)Weight ( in kg)Pieces in cartonNumber of pieces on the pallet
17 × 17 × 15,50,53686192

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