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How to Grow Wheatgrass for Juicing at Home in Soil/ Without Soil

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Grow Wheatgrass at Home in Soil/ Without Soil

Growing Wheatgrass Indoors Without Soil

Wheatgrass is a kind of grass. Wheatgrass is primarily used as a concentrated source of nutrients and contains vitamin A, vitamin C, and vitamin E, iron, calcium, magnesium, and amino acids. Wheatgrass juice a powerful concentrated liquid nutrient and is considered as nature’s finest medicine. It floods the body with therapeutic dosages of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, enzymes, and phytonutrients and is also a powerful detoxifier, especially of the liver and blood.

Wheatgrass offers many health benefits as it improves hemoglobin level in blood, help control blood sugar disorders, prevent tooth decay, improve wound healing and prevents bacterial infections.


Wheatgrass is a very good anti-oxidant that helps remove deposits of drugs, heavy metals and cancer-causing agents from the body. Some even use it for reducing high blood pressure, improving digestion, and lowering cholesterol. Wheatgrass can also treat disorders of the urinary tract that includes infection of the bladder, urethra, and prostate. It improves your immunity and as such can be helpful to treat respiratory tract complaints, gout, liver disorders, ulcerative colitis, joint pain and chronic skin problems.

Wheatgrass can be grown and harvested at home easily. You just need to know about how to grow and how you can make a juice of it as well as how to consume it to derive maximum benefits of it.

How to Grow Wheatgrass

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How to Grow Wheatgrass

You can grow wheatgrass indoors or outdoor in a planter, planting tray, flower pot, cup anywhere in the world. It is recommended to grow wheatgrass in soil rather than hydroponically. You need some trays, wheat seeds and soil. Hard wheat winter seeds are better choice than hard spring wheat. Trays measuring 10″x10″ require half a pound of seed and will usually yield up to 10 ounces of juice, whereas the large trays need one pound of seed. Large tray which is about 17″x17” use about one pound of seed and will yield up to 20 ounces of juice per tray. Follow the steps given below.

  1. Soak wheat seeds for 8-12 hours.
  2. Sprout the seeds for next 16-24 hours. Rinse the seeds three times a day.
  3. Plants the seeds in a half filled tray when a short tail becomes visible. You don’t bury the seeds in a soil, just cover it little so it cam maintain moisture.
  4. Water it heavily, but gently in the morning and then lightly mist in the evening. Keep the tray covered for first three day to keep the seeds wet. Grass will start growing.
  5. Uncover the tray on the fourth day. Water it heavily once a day. Keep the tray away from sun light.
  6. Harvest grass when a second blade of grass appears. Usually it takes 8-12 day to grow the wheatgrass according to the weather conditions. You can harvest wheatgrass only once. The cut wheatgrass can be stored in a fridge for up to 7-14 days.
  7. You can use the soil filled tray one more time to grow new wheat seeds.

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