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Sproutman’s® Sprout Bag

$12.95

Why a Bag?

People often assume sprouts are best grown in jars. NOT! After guiding tens of thousands of sprouters over the years and all over the world, I can tell you that jars are the number #1 cause of most people’s sprouting and mold problems. Let’s face it, jars were never intended to be a gardening tool. And although some “green thumb” types can have success, it is limited only to a few basic varieties. You need a garden of greens not a headache. And that’s easy as long as you use the right tools.

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5 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
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Product Description

Why a Bag?

People often assume sprouts are best grown in jars. NOT! After guiding tens of thousands of sprouters over the years and all over the world, I can tell you that jars are the number #1 cause of most people’s sprouting and mold problems. Let’s face it, jars were never intended to be a gardening tool. And although some “green thumb” types can have success, it is limited only to a few basic varieties. You need a garden of greens not a headache. And that’s easy as long as you use the right tools.

More Info, More Videos, and Instruction Booklet here

Buy More, Save More! Order 5 Bags and save $4.60. Order 10 and save $14.94!

Get Free Shipping on Orders of 5 or under. 
Discount automatically applied in the Cart.

  • 100% Natural Hemp
  • Easy! Just Dip n’ Hang
  • Dip twice per day – Takes less than 1 minute
  • Can also lay in a bowl or dishrack after it stops dripping
  • Watch them grow! Ready as soon as 4-5 days
  • Expands or contracts according to how much you wish to grow
  • 1 lb of beans can yield 5 lbs of bean sprouts
  • Hangs on any hook or knob
  • Made of 100% all-natural hemp
  • Durable – Lasts for years
  • Also makes Nut Milk
  • Breathable weave also extends the life of produce.
  • Size (dry) is 7 x 11 inches.

Best Seeds to Grow in Your Sproutbag:

Grows mung, lentil, chick pea, green pea, adzuki, wheat, barley, rye, spelt, Kamut, quinoa, sesame, millet, broccoli, alfalfa, clover, radish, chives, arugula, cress and psyllium.

Made of raw hemp for extra durability. Lasts for years!

Which Sprout Seeds To Grow

Sprouting bags will grow any Sprout seed, even hard-to-grow gelatinous seeds like arugula, and cress. But they are perfect for all grains and beans such as mung, lentil, green pea, garbanzo, adzuki, wheat, barley, rye, Kamut, peanut, quinoa, fenugreek, and shelled (silver) sunflower seed. Sure, you can also grow green leafy sprouts such as radish and alfalfa when you roll back the collar to allow more light. See More Sprout Bag Photos. But, a vertical sprouter such as Sproutman’s Freshlife gives more light and air and is therefore best suited for greening up baby green and micro-green sprouts.

MORE SPROUT BAG PHOTOS AND RECIPES HERE

Read or Download the Sprout Bag Instructions here 

Sproutman Recommends 3 Bags:

Use one bag for garbanzos, one for peas, and a third for starting wheat for your next batch of wheatgrass or sprouted wheat bread!

Watch Sproutman demonstrate the Sprout Bag

History of Sprouting

Just Dip and Hang!

Click here to learn how Sprout Bags are made. Are they organic?

SMan & SBag

Sproutman with his original Sprout Bag, circa 1979.

Sproutman Says:

I invented the fabric sprout bag in 1979 after years of hefting jars from workshop to workshop and breaking a fair percentage of them. Sure I was tired of cleaning up the broken glass, but I was also tired getting your distress calls about getting mold growing in your jars. I put two and two together and after many failed attempts using cotton, I made the first successful fabric sprout bag using flax—the fiber from which we get linen. But flax also has a sister weed—Hemp. Either fiber resists mold and mildew. I promote hemp today because it is so versatile. It can also be used to make paper and rope, building materials, cosmetics, paint, diesel fuel, and food. It s a renewable resource and can put lots of farmers back to work. By the way, hemp grown for fiber does not contain the psychotropic plant compounds found in its famous sister plant—marijuana. Heck, back in the 1700s in the U.S., most documents were written on paper made from hemp or flax.

Sproutman Recommends:

Seeds Ideal for the Sprout Bag

Sproutman’s Freshlife 3000 Automatic Sprouter

Full line of Sproutman’s Organic Sprouting Seeds

Need Help? Visit the Sprout Bag instructions page.

Don’t Want Automatic Watering? Water the Freshlife by Hand!

Beginner’s Sprouting Bundle

Turn-the-Dial Sprout Chart

Learn More about Sprouting – Read Sprouts the Miracle Food

Find Delicious Sprout Recipes and More in Sproutman’s Kitchen Garden Cookbook

Additional Information

Weight .15 lbs
Dimensions 7.5 x 10.5 x .25 in
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6 reviews for Sproutman’s® Sprout Bag

  1. :

    Dear Ellen: I love these sprout bags. They work as well as the Sproutman said they do. Awesome, easy, great sprouts. Thanks! –Mara Benson

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    I have been sprouting for years, in glass mason jars; but the sprout bag is unquestionably the way to go. I have several, with plans to buy more.” —Chloe I., Brighton, MA

  3. :

    I just wanted to say ‘thanks’ for a great site with loads of helpful information and great products. We just started to grow our own sprouts in Sprout Bags and we all enjoy not only the sprouts, but the whole experience of growing sprouts. It is a great teaching tool for our kids. They love the hands-on work and then tasting what they helped grow. Great job!” Your friend in NY,—Bill Scheps

  4. :

    I purchased a sprout bag last week and just took my sprout bread out of the oven. I’m so very happy with the product. I’ve been wanting to grow sprouts for years and your bag is so easy. I used wheat berries for my first loaf of bread. It’s so good. I also bought your Kitchen Garden Cookbook. You are awesome. Thank you so much!” —Margaret Anderson, Castro Valley, CA, July 24, 2002

  5. :

    Hello again, well, I simply wanted to let you know that I received the sprout bags today…awesome job on these puppies…very nice…I am extremely excited to get started…I’ve been waiting for like a week to decide which sprouter I was going to buy…,after I have stopped cooking any of my nutrients and sending them down the drain…and considering that I am very busy and will be traveling, these bags are the best! Now I will have a complete protein!….awesomeness…legumes and grains…in living and extra powerful form….now that’s what I’m talkin’ about…haha blessings to you all. —David Stegman, Nashville, Tenn.

  6. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Amazing product. I had no idea I could grow delicious and nutritious food so easily right in my kitchen. I’ve been buying expensive kale and spinach to put in my lunchtime protein shakes every day, but now I just grow my own sprouts using this simple bag. Saves money and I know I’m getting fresh high quality food every time. I which I had discovered this product years ago.

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