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I am growing MICROGREENS and find crops such as my basil and sorrel grow unevenly in a flat. Can anyone suggest what I can do to have them grow more evenly. Thanks
 
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Hi Nance, while I haven't grown micro greens,
I'm thinking the same rules as raising seedlings apply
So my thought would be-are all the plants receiving the same amount of light?
If you're not growing under overhead lights, it's unlikely...
 
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Some combination of light or water difference.
 
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