Ready To Start Growing Microgreens At Home?

Are you ready to deeply nourish your body, supercharge your health, and reconnect with your food?

Choose Your Made-In-AmericaNon-ToxicSoil-Free Microgreen Grow Kit

Choose your Made-In-America, Non-toxic, soil-free microgreen grow system

The Standard Good Box

Ideal for an individual or couple just getting started with microgreens

What’s Included:

  • Good Box with Blackout Lid

  • 2 jute grow mats
  • 2 heirloom radish seed mix packages

  • Seed spreader
  • Copy of Mastering Microgreens book – a $37 value

  • Step-by-step instructions
  • Buy One, Plant One Card reforestation project
  • FREE shipping
: $99

+ FREE shipping in US (discounted shipping to Canada)

The Mega Good Box

This upgraded option is ideal for families, serious microgreen enthusiasts, or those who like to stock up/buy in bulk.

What’s Included:

  • Good Box with Blackout Lid

  • 12 jute grow mats
  • 12 heirloom radish mix seed packages

  • Seed spreader
  • Step-by-step instructions
  • Buy One, Plant One Card reforestation project
  • Copy of the book Mastering Microgreens – a $37 Value
  • FREE shipping
$129

+ FREE shipping in US ( discounted shipping to Canada)

(SAVE BIG – regular price: $179)

Which Good Box Option is Right for Me ?

The Standard Good Box

  • Provides everything you need to grow enough microgreens to last about 2–4 weeks (depending on consumption
  • Great option if you’re just getting started with microgreens and want to just dip your toes in the water!

  • When you’re on your last jute mat, it’s time to reorder more seeds and mats.

The Mega Good Box

  • Stock up and save big with 12 jute mats and 12 seed packets!

  • If you eat a lot of microgreens or intend to eat a lot of microgreens, or have a big family, this option is for you!

  • With a $80 savings and two types of seed mixes, this is a fantastic value!

Frequently Asked Questions:

All products ship 1-3 days after receiving an order via USPS Priority Mail. 

Yes, seeds that contain gluten, such as barley and wheat, are gluten-free at the microgreen stage.

Because many microgreen types have high vitamin K levels, large quantities may cause issues for people taking blood thinner medication. If you take this medication, speak with your doctor before enjoying microgreens.

No. Micgroreens only need sunlight and water as they contain all they need to sprout, grow and survive.

Root hair, also called cilia, is a natural structure of the root that helps to increase surface area and reaches into the water. Sometimes it can be hard to tell the difference between mold and root hair. Here are some things to look for:

  • Root hairs are fuzzy; mold is like a spider web
  • Root hairs are not slimy; mold is
  • Root hairs have no odor; mold smells musty
  • Root hairs will disappear after rinsing and come back in a few hours; mold does not disappear after rinsing
  • Root hair is found on the root part; mold is located above the soil levels or between microgreens.
Microgreens like to rest on each other while growing; check that you have sown seeds densely enough. It might also be past time to harvest.
Microgreens that are weak and leggy may have spent too long in the dark or not gotten enough light. Yellow microgreens are expected in the blackout period since the chlorophyll in the leaves has not carried out photosynthesis. When micros are placed in the light, they will turn green.

The jute grow mat must remain wet but not soaking throughout the growing period. Do not let the mat dry out at any time. You can also spritz microgreens with a mister for additional moisture.