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v. sprout·ed, sprout·ing, sprouts
1. To begin to grow; give off shoots or buds.
2. To emerge and develop rapidly: businesses that sprouted along the highway.
To allow or cause to come forth and grow: He sprouted a mustache.
1. Young plant growth, such as a bud or shoot.
2. Something resembling or suggestive of a sprout, as in rapid growth: "a tall blond sprout of a boy" (Anne Tyler).
3. sprouts
a. The young shoots of plants such as alfalfa and soybean, usually eaten raw.
b. Brussels sprouts.

[Middle English spruten, from Old English -sprūtanin āsprūtan, to sprout forth); see sper- in Indo-European roots.]
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Noun1.sprouting - the process whereby seeds or spores sprout and begin to growsprouting - the process whereby seeds or spores sprout and begin to grow
growing, growth, ontogenesis, ontogeny, maturation, development - (biology) the process of an individual organism growing organically; a purely biological unfolding of events involved in an organism changing gradually from a simple to a more complex level; "he proposed an indicator of osseous development in children"
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A research team tested 25 commercially available micro-green varieties to evaluate their nutritional content.
Now a grant from the People's Health Trust, raised through the lottery, will help turn an old recreation ground off Oakfield Road into a 'micro-green urban farm', involving a hydroponic lab and communal outdoor space.
Also featured are Stoli Elit wasabi-infused roasted beet and cabbage horseradish, Cristal-infused French mustard and micro-green herbs.
Choose your micro-green seeds and follow the planting instructions.
This sort of sums up the O'Shin Asian fusion experience at the Elysium hotel where one can delight in salmon, sea bass and tuna atop perfect pillows of sticky vinegared rice all set upon beautiful dishes where the food canvas employs colour, and a dish can resemble a still life with its own micro-green forest.
I'm also impressed by the micro-green section with all you need to grow these tasty and fashionable greens on your windowsill.
Naturally, seeds planted for micro-green production are not the expensive first-generation (F1) seeds.
And due to an increased interest in growing herbs, micro-greens, and other small edible plants indoors, numerous kits are available to make it accessible to as many as possible with as little effort as possible Kits usually include a version of a self-watering pot, seeds, "designer" potting mix, and a built-in lighting system, with one kit even boasting "NASA-inspired smart soil."
It's a "modular hydroponic vegetable production system" that uses 90% less water than traditional farms, and it produces 150 different types of fresh lettuce, herbs, micro-greens and edible flowers.
Garlic Underground brings 4 varieties of garlic, ginger, and micro-greens. Mimi knows the best garlic for your menu.
This is a Cadillac soil blend for somebody who might want to run a small raised bed or micro-greens.