Sources of Bulk Sprouting Seed

It is important to find a good source of seeds, if you are regularly sprouting or growing microgreens. Seeds vary greatly, in terms of quality and price. Generally, if you do much sprouting, you will want to buy your seeds in as large of a quantity as possible, from a source you trust.

Fortunately, there are quite a few ways of ordering sprouting seeds online, giving quite a few options and a large variety.

VendorQuantities SoldVarietiesAdditional Supplies
WheatGrassKits.comUp to 50lbAdzuki Bean, Alfalfa, Amaranth, Barley, Beans: Black Turtle, Beans: Red Small, Broccoli , Buckwheat, Chia: Black, Chia: White, Chinese Cabbage, Clover: Red, Dun Pea, Fenugreek, Flax Seeds: Brown, Flax Seeds: Golden, Garbanzo Beans, Green Pea, Kamut, Lentils: French Blue, Lentils: Green, Lentils: Red, Millet: Organic, Mung Bean, Mustard: Brown, Mustard: Yellow, Oats, Onion, Quinoa, Radish: Daikon, Red Quinoa, Rye Grain, Soybeans: Yellow, Spelt, Sunflower, Triticale Grain - Organic, Wheat Seed (for Wheatgrass): Hard Red, Wheat: Hard White, Wheat: Soft WhiteAzomite, Greenhouse Trays, Kits, Juicers
Indus Organics Up to 5 lb (retail), Up to 50 lb (wholesale/bulk) Black Seeds/ Black Cumin Seeds/Nigella Sativa, Anise Seeds, Coriander, Cumin, Dill, Fenugreek, Mustard

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