Added by on 2019-05-15

Have you ever wanted to start a microgreens business? Or simply be a microgreens farmer? My friends Remko and Anneke are DOING IT in the middle of Barcelona, a bustling international city. In this tour I take you through their farm in two parts. First, we look at their initial test farm, going over their growing method and crops they grow. Then, we go to their new facility which is still under construction to show you how they plan to scale up. You’ll learn a ton about unique microgreen growing methods as well…a few I’ve never seen or tested before! LEARN MORE Epic Gardening is much more than a YouTube channel. I have a website with 300+ gardening tutorials as well as a podcast where I release daily gardening tips in five minutes or less. There’s also a Facebook group with over 1,500 other gardeners sharing their tips. → Full Article: → Website: → Podcast: → FB Group: INSTAGREEN → → → DONATE If you like my videos, articles, or podcast episodes, please consider supporting on Patreon. For rewards, I’ll answer gardening questions and make videos! → SOCIAL MEDIA → Steemit: → Instagram: → Pinterest: → Facebook: → Twitter: Related PostsUrban Gardening with City Beet Farm on Shaw TVIndoor Microgreen Farm (100 flats a week)US city adopts eco-friendly ‘vertical farming’Farm of the future: Inside the Middle East’s First Vertical FarmThe world’s largest aeroponic farm, exploding with food in the middle of a “food desert”Indoor Vertical Aeroponics Farm in Middle East, #Vertical Farm #Indoor Farming #Aeroponics

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  • Larry Duford 1 year ago

    This was a great video. Every aspect of the operation was thoroughly explained. They must go through a large amount of seed on a monthly basis. Do they get their seed from a bulk wholesale house?

  • altha 2014 1 year ago

    epic gardening and growing your greens both have good videos, got two garden beds started one planted going to get the other one planted this weekend, also, started growing veggies in containers on my fence in the back yard,

  • Veronica Higgins 1 year ago

    Brilliant home diy kits, are the containers biodegradable?

  • Frank Ng 1 year ago

    what is the growing medium again? and are your clear trays biodegradable and recyclable or reusable?

  • Elaine Ferry 1 year ago

    source of cellulose and small trays?

  • Ilangovans Gallery 1 year ago

    Can someone give me a link to those Cellulose growing medium???

  • Rafael Swit 1 year ago

    Thanks for this great video +Epic Gardening! They've got an amazing system! The long sloping black trays in their new system look like they fit shelving units perfectly. Any idea where trays like that can be sourced?

  • David Rodriguez 1 year ago

    how many different micro-greens are you growing? are there any Micro-greens you would not recommend using the water wicking system?

  • akindofmagick 1 year ago


  • Matthias Albrecht 1 year ago

    What kind of led (name/product) you use in your new building ? Thank you

  • Steve Dugas 1 year ago

    Thanks for a great video. Where do they get the cellulose pads? That looks nice!

  • Kūlia LLC 1 year ago

    I have been experimenting with wicking micro greens myself. I noticed no wick in the black container pulled from the flood and drain tray. How are the plants grown in the new system kept hydrated by the customer?

  • Bonnie Hoke-Scedrov 1 year ago

    Wonderful! Better than using soil. I like the wicking system. Brilliant!


    Parabéns!!! Excelente vídeo. congratulation! The best video about microgreen.

  • Richard Taylor 1 year ago

    Very interesting system approach, Simple, yet effective. Heck, I may look at something similar! I do 3D printing, so prototyping/production of the containers is quite possible. Yeah… I like it!

  • DW Marschall 1 year ago

    What a cool system. Hmmm…. makes me think…..I need to eat more microgreens…

  • VegBed 1 year ago

    Nice tour Kevin! I need to find some more places closer to NY to check out =D

  • martysgarden 1 year ago

    Yes, I remember the day I started my micro greens farm many years ago. I gave out plenty of free samples, started a point of difference by growing in soil and organic.
    I made my own products, then moved into growing all types of salad mixes as well.
    I unfortunately got very ill with Dystonia, but now I am much better and kicking off my micro farm again, so excited,
    I am actually selling a high end compost that in the final process has compost worms chew through it. I find compost has a long shelf life, so is very stable in nearly all type of weather.
    I am just in the stage now of growing my plants to sell, which will include microgreens and baby leaf.
    Love what you guys are doing here,,wishing you all the best for success.
    Marty Ware (Micro farming Australia)

  • Healthy Recipe Channel 1 year ago

    This is so amazing, I am so excited to be growing microgreens soon.