This post will introduce you to my email class on growing indoor salad greens. It’s fun and easy! It’s also nice to know the greens you eat this winter are safe and nutritious. No more plastic bags full of grocery store mystery greens! Read on to learn how to sign up for this FREE Growing Salad Greens eCourse.
Growing Salad Greens Indoors | An Email Class
Each fall I walk my email subscribers through the process of growing salad greens indoors. Now, I’ve taken the information in those emails from the past 5 years and created an email course available anytime. Sign up and you’ll receive 5 emails on how to grow salad greens indoors all winter long.
Food Safety and Winter Nutrition
I created this email course in response to the all too regular recalls of salad greens from supermarket shelves. I got tired of talking back to the radio, saying things like:
KNOW YOUR FARMER!
YOU CAN GROW YOUR OWN, YOU KNOW!
This winter, I’ve decided to be part of the solution to the question of fresh and local produce in the winter months. It is very easy to grow sprouts, microgreens, and salad greens indoors with very little infrastructure.
Here’ the introductory video:
What’s in the 5 email Growing Salad Greens Indoors eCourse, you ask?
You’ll receive 5 emails during the course of one week. Each email will build upon the next, going from easiest to more complex methods of growing salad greens indoors during the winter months. You can use these skills any month of the year if you don’t have the time or space for a full-size garden. You’ll know the food you eat is clean, safe, and nutritious. Once you make the initial investment in shelving and lighting, the cost is minimal.
Here is the email sequence:
- Welcome, introduction, basic terminology, and supply list.
- Sprouts on your kitchen windowsill.
- Microgreens with grow lights.
- Growing salad greens with grow lights.
- BONUS: spinach, the miracle winter salad green. (For those with outdoor space)
Sign up for this FREE course and save the emails for future reference!
The information about growing winter salad greens in these emails is as old as the hills and useful for a lifetime of meal planning and preparation. Simply create a folder in your email account for these emails and refer back to them time and again for motivation and instruction for growing your own food, one salad at a time!
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