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Micro-farming comes of age: How to grow crops in your kitchen

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Steve "Sproutman" Meyerowitz provides home growers with kits to grow Buckwheat crops. Micro greens and sprouts can be grown in just days on the windowsill. (Photographs by Steve Meyerowitz)

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Steve Meyerowitz likes his veggies fresh. Red Clover sprouts are so fresh, they're still growing on the dinner table. Micro greens and sprouts can be grown in just days on the windowsill. (Photographs by Steve Meyerowitz)

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Micro greens, once the domain of haute cuisine, are now ready to grow in kitchens everywhere. Consumers who want to eat organically and locally are being turned on to the ultimate homegrown crop, and the kitchen farming industry is responding.


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