Use a spray bottle and water once a day until the substrate is well moist. From the 5th day and on the hottest days, you should spray very well at least 2 times a day.

If vegetables are dropped, it may indicate lack of water or direct exposure to the sun. When the vegetables begin to grow can irrigate directly on the substrate or reinforce with the sprayer more than once a day. Remember that you should not put the microvegetais in direct contact with the sun.

Do not worry because it is normal when they are germinating in the dark. When they are in natural light, they will quickly turn green.
Yes, just remove some roots and fiddle the substrate. You can always add another some more substrate.
Use scissors and cut just above the substrate. You can eat leaves and stems.

Aromatic Herbs and Edible Flowers

When the shoots are very thin, it means they are in a warm but low light environment. Moving the shoots to a brighter spot or to a cooler location will lead to healthier, more vigorous plants. The best spot is on the sill of a window where they can receive the maximum light.
After germination, place in a place that takes 2 to 4 hours of sun per day.
Depending on the variety and height of the year, it may take an average of 2 months before you can harvest your herbs. In the case of edible flowers, it may take up to 6 months before the first flowers appear.
The substrate should always be moist but not soaked. A good test is to place the buried finger lightly on the substrate and if it is dry, you should water the equivalent of a cup of coffee. Check every 2 days if the substrate remains moist. Too much watering is harmful and if it does happen try to remove the water if it happens.
No need to transplant because herbs and flowers can grow in Grow Bag or Grow Cork until adulthood.
It is likely to be a matter of time. Under appropriate conditions, the seeds usually take 2 to 3 weeks to germinate. If you need more time, please contact us.
Most aromatic herbs burst again after harvesting. You can always put some seeds in for continuous cultivation.
The seeds can be buried to half a centipede, but the smaller they are, the less buried they should be, ie, just cover with substrate slightly.
The plastic is used to aid in germination and should be removed as soon as the first leaves appear.

Organic pest control

The plants are infested by red mites or spider mites. Mites live on the undersides of plant leaves where many of them weave protective webs. We recommend the following:
  • If you have other plants nearby, move the kit to another location (if possible) to avoid contagion
  • Identify and remove infested leaves
  • Sprinkle leaves with plenty of water
  • You can also try this homemade solution: Dissolve 1 teaspoon of soap shavings and put 5 drops of oil in half a liter of water and put in a spray bottle. The same amount of water and vinegar can also work. Spray the plant every 3 days.
The plant is infested by the white fly. To combat it you can dissolve 1 teaspoon of soap scraps and put 5 drops of oil in half a pint of warm water and put in a spray bottle. Spray until well covered with white flies.
You can also use neem oil which is a natural insect repellent.
You can sponge on both sides of the sheet or even crush with your fingers. You can also use a homemade mixture of garlic, onion and pepper or an insecticidal soap or neem oil.