Featured here in this pic of Florida Microgreens are some seeds that are in the germination stage, placed on a coco-fiber medium. For the first few days of life, the seeds are “rooted” to the coco-fiber matte and kept wet with a fine mist of only filtered water. As they mature to a microgreens stage (first adult leaves), they are kept watered only with pure water (no nutrients) because they have everything they need from the non-gmo and certified seeds! Later we deliver them in the same food safe trays that they were grown in still alive and viable for another week in the kitchen to be used as needed by the Chef. In our first case study we actually kept a tray of radishes in a cooler for a week and a half at 34 degrees and the greens stayed alive and viable, although their growth rate dramatically slowed.