Hemp sprouting bags is the best option to grow almost all seeds1.
Examples of popular seeds2 that are good for sprouting in a hemp bag:
Grains (whole): Barley, Kamut, Oat, Rice (not white, not parched), Quinoa, Rye, Wheat
Legumes: Adzuki, Fenugreek, Garbanzo, Green pea, Lentil, Mung bean, Peanut
Seeds: Clover, Radish
Most sprouting seeds can be purchased in the bulk section of health food stores. Almost all seeds qualify as "sprouting seeds" and therefore they DO NOT need to be in special packages or purchased from special "sprouting" seller. Benefits of buying your sprouting seeds from the bulk section in health food stores vs. specially packaged "sprouting seeds".
1) Cost - reduces your cost 2-3 times
2) Packaging - avoid thick plastic packaging (small size, non-biodegradable, non-recyclable), by reusing the same bags or use your own compostable/natural bag4
3) Shipping packaging - avoid increased shipping packaging (usually not eco-friendly) and/or cardboard boxes made from virgin wood sources.
4) Transportation - reduce transportation carbon footprint
For 1 Batch(es)
Usually, sprouts are ready for harvesting in 2-7 days.
 Grains, legumes, and nuts are all botanically classified as seeds
 Seeds must be: whole (not split), unroasted, non-irradiated
 Organic, low cost, little to no packaging
 We recommend compostable BioBag
 Eco Peaceful hemp bag are purposefully designed with thin drawstring to fit on almost any cabinet hinge or hinge screw.