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  • What is Organically Grown?
    Sustaniable agricultural methods that use ecologically friendly pest controls and biological fertilizars derived largely from animal and plant wastes. Modern organic farming was developed as a response to the environmental harm caused by the use of chemical pesticides and synthetic fertilizers in conventional agriculture, and it has numerous ecological benefits. Our ceterfied indoor hydroponics farms do not use chemical pesticides or fertilizers, only natural essential liquid nutrients needed to grow happy healthy plants. You have our commitment to only service the healthiest foods on earth!
  • What is Non GMO?
    “Non-GMO” means non-genetically modified organisms. GMOs (genetically modified organisms), are novel organisms created in a laboratory using genetic modification/engineering techniques. Scientists and consumer and environmental groups have cited many health and environmental risks with foods containing GMOs. As a result of the risks, many people in the United States and around the world are demanding “non-GMO” foods. We are committed to only providing the best non-GMO products to ensure yo and your family's health.
  • What is Grow to Order?
    To ensure we delivery freshest produce of the highest quality and optimum nutritional value, we begin growing your order the minute it is received. In most cases, the seed to harvest grow cycle for microgreens is around two weeks, meaning you should typically expect to see your order in 7 to 12 business days. However, please review the grow cycle information provided on the product page for a specific microgreens type. We also carry weekly uncut stock reserved for our local farmers market which is also for sale. Please contact us for details as certian products and stock volumes may change. for repeat orders that require routine weekly or monthly delivery cycles, we advise you to contact us to setup a pre order fulfillment agreement to eliminate the order grow cycle and delivery time. You may subscribe for automatic weekly order program on out products page for additional discounts.
  • What if I am unhappy with my order?
    No worries, please contact us as soon as you can. We are happy to replace the order at no charge or issue a refund.
  • How big of an order can I place?
    If you are a commerical resturaunt, super market, or wholesaler and would like to discuss vendor options, please contact us! We are a commerical Farm capable of fullfilling orders of any size and delivery schedule.
  • How do I place an order?
    You can place your order directly on the website, but we also accept orders by fax, telephone, mail, email, or directly from our website. Visit our Contact Us page.
  • How do I pay for my order?
    We accept payments by credit card or PayPal. Other forms of payment can be arranged, such as wire transfers or checks, but you must contact our customer service representatives first.
  • May I return my item?
    Yes; we want you to be satisfied with our products. See our Returns Policy page for more details.
  • Do you keep my credit card number on file?
    No; we are dedicated to providing a safe a secure online shopping experience for our customers. See our Privacy Policy page for more details.
  • Is it safe to use my credit card info on your site?
    Yes; our site uses SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) encryption to secure the communication of all sensitive information passing between your web browser and our servers.
  • Who delivers my order?
    We currently offer Free delivery service in the North Texas Area only. North Texas Microgreens will contact you to arrange a time and date that is convenient for you to receive the delivery. We harvest and delivery products on the same day to ensure their freshness. We also offer Fast Priortiy Delivery service via USPS.
  • I don’t see my question on this FAQ?
    Please email us at we will get back to you quickly. We may also use your questions to improve this FAQ page.
  • What is the difference between Microgreens, Sprouts & Baby Salad Greens?
    They different stages of a plant's growth: Sprouts: Sprouts are the first stage of a seed’s development and are generally grown without a growing medium (soil), but are sprouted and rinsed in a sprouting tray, jar or bag. They are usually eaten soon after the seeds germinate and are delicious and crunchy. Micro Greens: Micro greens are typically grown is soil or other growing medium and are the second stage of a plant’s life, where roots establish themselves and the first leaves (called cotyledons) appear. Microgreens are harvested at this stage before the true leaves (adult stage leaves) emerge. Plants in the micro green stage are typically at their peak of flavor intensity and have had the opportunity to absorb trace elements and micro nutrients from the soil. Baby Salad Green: Baby greens are allowed to grow for a week or two beyond the micro green stage when the true leaves have emerged. Baby greens are harvested while they are still juvenile plants. The flavors are much closer to their full adult stage, and they have had ample opportunity to absorb more micro nutrients from the soil.
  • How do I track an order?
    We provide our own delivery service. We will call you to arrange a delivery time and date, then send you a confirmation email and driver contact information.
  • What are Microgreens?
    Simply put, microgreens are sprouts in the seedling stage. These young plants are highly nutritious and packed with flavor! There is nothing biologically significant about “microgreens seeds”--they are just seeds grown using this particular method. Yes, there are seeds that are not considered “microgreens seeds”, but it is only due to that particular species’ plant structure being inedible, such as tomatoes. Of course, there are exceptions but they will be noted on the individual seed pages. All kinds of seeds can be grown as microgreens. Of course, there are popular plant families widely grown as microgreens, such as brassicas (cabbage, mustard, broccoli), but there are a vast number of diverse plant families and species suitable for microgreening. These can include cantaloupe melon seeds, nasturtium flower seeds, Chinese mahogany tree seeds, and more.
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