Stainless Steel Sprouting Screen

Stainless Steel Sprouting Screen

SKU: HG1264 $6.99 CAD

This Stainless Steel Sprouting Screen is convex, so it has improved drainage when the sprouting jar is inverted after each rinse. It... Read More

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West Coast Seeds ships anywhere in North America. However, we are not able to ship garlic, potatoes, asparagus crowns, bulbs, onion sets, Mason bee cocoons, or nematodes outside of Canada. We regret, we cannot accept returns or damages for orders outside of Canada. The minimum shipping charge to the US is $6.99.

More details about Stainless Steel Sprouting Screen

This Stainless Steel Sprouting Screen is convex, so it has improved drainage when the sprouting jar is inverted after each rinse. It fits 9cm (3½") wide mouth Mason, Kerr, and other types of sealing jars and allows for the free exchange of both water and oxygen to sprouting seeds. Add approximately one tablespoon of seeds to a clean sprouting jar and soak in clean, cold tap water for the desired time. Then drain and rinse, leaving the jar upside down in a bowl, so that it rests at about a 45° angle. This allows all the water to drain out between rinses. Be sure that the convex (dome-shaped) side is facing inward, toward the sprouts. This screen will not rust when used with the Stainless Steel Sprouting Ring.

1 screen.

Quick Facts:

    • 316 stainless steel, which has enhanced corrosion resistance
    • Does not rust
    • Standard size for 9cm (3½") wide mouth jars
    • Convex shape
    • Use with Stainless Steel Sprouting Ring

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How to Grow Sprouts

Sprouts can be grown in any climate. They mature in 3–5 days, and can be planted any time of the year. They don’t require soil or sunshine, but they contain nearly as much vitamin C as tomatoes. Plus they produce no waste. Spent sprouting water is full of nutrients and can even be used to feed houseplants.

Read this guide for additional information on different ways to grow sprouts!

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