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AMA On Urban Farming: How To Grow Your Own Microgreens - March 27 2021

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Saturday, March 27 2021

Time: 10.00-11.00 am (Singapore time)

Workshop Language: English

Price: Free (registration required)

The process of growing microgreens is a fairly simple one. But as a new grower, you may have questions about the growing process. I know I did when I first started. 

In this free 1 hour AMA session, I'd like to invite you to ask me any questions you may have relating to growing your microgreens. The session is limited to 20 pax so do sign-up early. And to be fair to other growers, please show up if you sign up..

Note: Please register for 1 person only. You will receive a link with instructions once we receive your registration. 

BOOK EARLY - LIMITED seats for this workshop.

What others are saying about our workshop:

"I would highly recommend Sakina’s microgreens workshop.

Her workshops are extremely informative and hands-on, making it enjoyable and memorable. Whether you are experienced growing microgreens or a complete newbie at it, her workshop can be really useful.

Sakina is also a great teacher. Patient and really personable, I found it super easy to approach her with any questions I have.

Compared to the other microgreen workshops I’ve been to, this workshop is by far the best in terms of quality. The duration of the workshop and the knowledge you take away from the workshop also makes it super worth the money and I cannot recommend it enough. Thanks Sakina!" - Benn Phua

"Attended a class conducted by Sakina and learnt useful information and tips on how to grow microgreens! Able to grow them at home successfully and enjoy eating them, especially the wasabi mustard. Yummy organic super food microgreens!" - Rohaida Kasmani