- Works with soil or without
- Expandable up to 10 trays
- Grows in normal room light
- Each tray yields up to 1 lb. grass
- Ready in only 10-12 days
- 1 lb. grass yields 10-14 oz. juice
- Our superb wheatgrass seeds available
This versatile, space-saving grower kit is only 13 by 19 inches—small enough to sit on any kitchen counter.
The 3-tray kit is vertically stacked to preserve your counter space!
Stack your grower up to 10 trays high and yield up to 10 pounds of grass. Get extra trays here.
Each tray yields approximately 1 pound of wheatgrass. Results will vary depending on how densely you pack the seeds and how tall you harvest your grass. One pound of grass should yield about 12 ounces of juice.
For comparisons of wheatgrass grown in soil vs. grown hydroponically, read the nutrition and healing chapters of Wheatgrass Nature’s Finest Medicine by Steve Meyerowitz.
Benefits of Wheatgrass
- Rebuilds the blood
- Increases hemoglobin production
- Heals wounds
- Kills germs
- Cleanses the colon
- Alkalizes the blood
- Neutralizes toxins
- Purges the liver
- Stimulates enzyme activity
- Extracts heavy metals
Wheatgrass has been nourishing animal life for 60 million years – some of them large, muscular, multi-thousand pound cows, horses and elephants. Although humans don’t have the digestive capacity to break down the excessive cellulose in grass, we do consume grains – wheat, rice, corn, oats – which are the seeds produced by grass. Ancient civilizations were driven by the quest for greener grass. Today, humans can finally reap the benefits from the thousands of concentrated plant compounds in grass thanks to the modern invention of juicing.
Wheatgrass rebuilds the blood, cleanses the intestinal tract, soothes irritated tissues, reduces bacteria populations, purges the liver, neutralizes toxins, alkalinizes the blood and stimulates enzyme activity. When wheatgrass is used in concert with a total holistic health program, it has the potential to turn your health around.*