The EasyGreen Sprouter is one of the easiest
to use growers that you’ll find on the market. Add water and seeds
to your EasyGreen and you are ready to raise sprouts, wheatgrass or
Seeds generate chemical heat during germination and need to be
cooled to avoid mold and rotting. Your EasyGreen uses a patented
technology that simultaneously distributes mist and oxygen to the
seeds. Seeds and plants are therefore kept cool, watered and
oxygenated evenly and consistently. If there is excess water, it
drains to keep sprouts from being too wet. The EasyGreen also
employs a unique 96-activation timer that allows you to fine-tune
your sprouter to environmental conditions.
The self contained Mist Generator uses only about 1/2 gallon of
water in 24 hours. Sprouters that use an automatic irrigation
system need to be plumbed into your water system into your water
system and use 3.5 to 5 gallons of water a day!
I would recommend.
From Elaine of Gardner, Massachusetts on 3/28/2015.
I love the sprouter, but after a week the timer stopped working. I can work it manually, but if I put it on the timer, there's no red light and it doesn't work. I tried to call for help, but no one was there on a Saturday. I'll try again on Monday, but if someone sees this and can get back to me before then I would appreciate it. Elaine at 978 410.7151. Thank you.
10 Years and still going
From Morazan of Kenwood, California on 2/3/2015.
I have had two of these sprouters, going back at least 10 years and I still love it. The only complaint I had about the first one was that I didn't like the big EasyGreen bumper sticker label on the side. I gave it to a friend and bought another one for myself, this time requesting no sticker (or maybe it came with the sticker unattached, I don't remember). It just looks cleaner without it, especially after a few years of use.Anyhow, the EasyGreen creates a perfect, misty environment which will grow just about anything. Your kids will find it fascinating (and useful for many science projects). I recently invested in the smaller-sized trays so I can have 10 different things growing at different stages... a few trays of wheat, some beanie mix from sproutpeople, some brocco-sprouts for cancer fighting, some sunflower microgreens for salads (for the latter, use "baby blanket" and "liquid kelp" from sproutpeople for best results). Right now I am sprouting some seeds that I bought over 5 years ago (found them in the garage). I thought they would be half-dead, but they are sprouting beautifully. It just amazes me that something so old, dry, and indigestible can be transformed into a nutrient-packed power food by a simple "misting" machine.
great service great product
From Kevin E of San Jose, California on 1/3/2015.
I spent over 20 minutes on the phone with customer service discussing this product and decided to purchase it. Arrived quickly and it makes terrific wheatgrass. Haven't tried other sprouts. It is very nict to talk to someone these days.
From Melinda Jenkins of Glouster, Massachusetts on 12/30/2014.
I couldn't believe how easy it could be to make microgreens and sprouts. You do need to experiment with the timer for different seed varieties and time of year. Once you figured that out you can have fresh sprouts every week.
Every busy moms dream!!!!!
From Wendy of Flagstarr, Arizona on 7/22/2014.
I've sprouted for years and I've bought every gadget to do it with, sprout bags, jars with screen lids, square sprouters, round sprouters... However now that I'm a mom with 2 small kids and I'm trying to juice and make meals from scratch etc. - there just isn't the time to remember to rinse and drain and all that stuff. My stuff was going bad when I'd 'forget' a rinse and then it was all a waste!!!THEN I found the EAsygreen. At the time I couldn't afford the price (wow they have REALLY come down in price) so I bought 2 used ones online from a nice woman who was moving to Belize or something. Anyhow, I have to say it is SO SO SO SO easy.Yes at first you think these plastic things are not very 'durable' - hey even I think they look chinzy but NEVER judge a book by its cover!! these used ones have lasted me 2 years now and so far so good.I don't have the counter space in the kitchen no the desire to get all fancy with the hook ups (ok who am I kidding I don't know how)... so I put them on top of one another on the buffet inside the front door. I run a drainage hole from each of them into a clear gallon glass jar. you fill the reservoir at the back with the water (or water and peroxide or water and colloidal silver) and then set the timer that comes with it so that it automatically comes on at the preset times to 'water' the sprouts. The excess drains away into the drainage jar. Being near the front door in a clear jar I never forget to dump it and I fill it before I go to bed at night.
1/12/2015 – Why are there two sprouting pitchers an only one lid?
Response From Healthnut Samson A&B Health Wholesale: One spouting pitcher has holes in the bottom. You put your seeds in that pitcher then insert it into the pitcher with no holes. It is a unit. Consequently you only need one lid.
1/12/2015 – When you stack the machines do you a single water wprayer / mister
Response From Healthnut Samson A&B Health Wholesale: When stacked, the water tank for each mister must be filled. The drain, however, goes from top to middle, middle to bottom, and bottom to sink. Therefore you don't have multiple drain hoses dangling from the sprouter. An easy way to keep the water tanks full is the automatic watering system.
12/30/2014 – Can you use this machine for Micro Greens as well as sprouts.
Response From Healthnut Samson A&B Health Wholesale: The EasyGreen Sprouter is great for growing Micro-Greens, Sprouts and Grasses. For Micro-Greens the seed is the important item. Some seed lends itself better to making sprouts that it does Micro-Greens.
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