What is the difference between Microgreens and Sprouts?
In a simple way, sprouts are younger sibling of microgreens. Sprouts are germinated in water. You can soak the seeds or grains and take them out and wait for the seedlings (young plants) to come out. The germination may take 2 to 4 days.
However, microgreens are grown in soil. They have roots, a stem and leaves. The produce life-span is of 2–4 weeks from germination to harvesting. Microgreens measure 1 to 1.5 in (25 to 38 mm) in total length.