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Eric Vinje

Good question Anthony!

The right, nutritious soil can be difficult to find for organic gardening. Now wheatgrass will mostly need nitrogen and micronutrients in its growing life, and one of the most effective ways (other than using organic fertilizers) is to build a nutrient rich soil. However in this instance, for a 10”x10” tray, VermiFire potting soil is the best soil for the job! In addition to being a phenomenal natural, and organic potting soil, pre-built full of nitrogen and other nutrients from natural sources, it is chalk-full of mycorrhizae and mycobacterial to make those plants thrive! VermiFire will also be able to keep for long times in-between plantings, with the proper storage.

Hope this helps!