Mumm's Sprouting Seeds - Microgreen Salad Mix

Days to Sprout:8-10 days
Soak Time:4-8 hours

A unique and wonderful blend of peas, fava beans, buckwheat and sunflower. You will love how well this blend grows together. A great lettuce replacement during winter months!

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About Mumm's

We have been farming organically since the 1970s, and selling high quality organic sprouting seed for over 30 years. The farm is located near Shellbrook, Saskatchewan, Canada and through our warehouse located in Parkside, Saskatchewan we can ship anywhere in Canada or the US. We also export overseas.

Jim and I started farming, by "going back to the land" in the mid 1970's. We had milk cows, chickens, pigs, sheep, honey bees, leafcutter bees, a big garden, and a small saw mill. One of the main crops we grew on our small organic farm was alfalfa seed. Over half of our farm is still original forest.

Fifteen years later we had two small children, a flock of sheep and a side line business selling our organic alfalfa and radish seed for sprouting. The coyotes helped us to decide to get out of sheep by killing 60 one summer, despite our best efforts.

Our sprouting seed business kept growing and growing and by the mid 1990's it was more than we could handle, so we took the big step of expanding our team. In 2000 we moved our sprouting seeds and office from the farm to an old curling rink in the nearby town of Parkside. Now it's still more than we can handle, but we have a great crew helping us.

It's been an adventure getting to the point we are now. Jim has retired from the office to spend his days on the farm. Although our business has outgrown the capacity of our small farm, Jim and our daughter Lisa continue to grow some specialty sprouting seed crops on our farm. We have had the good fortune of being able to source our sprouting seeds from organic farmers who are open minded, innovative, and a pleasure to know. We source most of our seed from farmers in Saskatchewan, but seed that doesn't grow well in our climate is grown on organic farms outside the province or country.

In 2009, after completing a BA in International Studies at the University of Saskatchewan, and a brief stint at McGill Law, our daughter Lisa returned home to pursue her passions of organic agriculture and sustainable food systems. She's actively involved in the movement to protect farmers and consumers from the threat of GMOs. She also sits on the board of the Canada Organic Trade Association and Organic Connections. Lisa is proud to be a fifth generation farmer. In 2015 Lisa and her husband Paul recently welcomed the next generation to our farm- our grandson Nico.


A powerhouse of nutrients between the 4 different varieties.

Sunflower: Great source of protein and an excellent source of vitamins B6, and E, calcium, iron, magnesium, niacin, phosphorus, potassium, and dietary fiber

Fava Beans: Rich in vitamins B-1, B-6, K, C, folate. Manganese, selenium, iron, copper, phosphorus, potassium and magnesium. Fiber, Phytonutrients, Protein: 28%.

Fava beans are 28% protein and just 3% fat! Eating just 100g of fava beans provides you with 66% of the recommended dietary allowance for fiber. Rich in phytonutrients such as isoflavone and plant sterols which have been shown to lower cholesterol. Rich in folate (natural form of folic acid). Just 100g of fava beans provides 106% of recommended folate. Fava beans contain levodopa, the same chemical in medicines used to treat Parkinson’s disease. Rich in b vitamins which help metabolize carbohydrates, proteins and fats. Provide a full spectrum of minerals such as iron, copper, manganese, potassium, selenium, calcium and magnesium.

Buckwheat: Good source of vitamin B6, iron, calcium, magnesium, chlorophyll, and essential amino acids.

Peas: A good source of vitamin C & B6, thiamin, magnesium, copper, manganese, and an excellent source of potassium.


Our seeds should sprout well for a year after you purchase them, if stored in a cool dry place. If you'd like to extend the germination life of your seeds, store them in the fridge. If you store your seeds in the freezer, they'll last even longer!

Sprouting Directions

Prepare enough moisture into your soil ahead of time.

Soak as per package directions. . Drain soak water. rinse Sow the soaked seed on the soil. Sprinkle the soaked seeds over the moistened soil in a tray, and press them gently into the loose soil. Cover loosely with a clean towel, unbleached paper towel, plastic, or a thin layer of soil to maintain humidity. stack an empty tray on top of the towel/plastic. put weight in the empty tray. This will help root the seeds into the soil and offer a better, even growth. Check daily to determine the moisture. After the seeds begin to germinate, you can remove the towel/plastic and continue spritzing the seed twice daily until it reaches desired height. To obtain great germination, keep your seeds at a steady temperature (70F).After germination, avoid keeping the soil too moist. Harvesting tips: If most of the seedlings still have seed hulls attached to their leaves, a few days before harvest day, mist the leaf canopy couple of times and place plastic sheet over top. Hulls should pull off and release easier. Feature the bright stem of the seed by cutting close to the soil.

10x20 microgreen tray seeding rate: 300g to 350g seed per tray.

BULK PRICING: Price is per 10 g. To save on packaging, our herbs are sold in bulk and will arrive to you in a labelled paper bag. Now you may order as much or as little as you'd like!

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