在尋找使用微型蔬菜製作美味食譜的靈感嗎？快來看看來自YouTuber Her86m2 的精彩影片。If you're looking for inspiration to make delicious recipes with your microgreens, check out this awesome video from Her86m2.
Hi Friends. Good evening from a rainy Taichung City, Taiwan. In this demonstration, you'll find out how to grow a mixture of 5~7 microgreens in your DIY Microgreens Grow Kit. While the video is missing it's bells, whistles and emojis, it carefully w
Dr. Eric Berg
柏格醫生dr berg談：花椰菜的最佳形式花椰菜什麼特別？綠花椰菜本身就是具防癌效果高的蔬菜。花椰菜苗 富含蘿蔔硫素(Sulforaphane)醫學研究指出1. 能啟動細胞抗氧化，2. 幫助200多個基因，有助增加排毒，減少發炎。3. 有效抗癌，幫助排除致癌物質。4. 保健心血管系統。三分鐘影片快來看看學習更多 https://youtu.be/tRvXcWZfDZ4
Here I am with Cole Fogle from A Healthy Balance on Youtube. Cole dropped in for a brief introduction and conversation about microgreens, Co-X Green Works and more. Click PLAY to watch a short tour on our farm.
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Today, thanks to a healthy growing crop and a productive trip to the farm, I've worked in an hour to reflect on the past few months and what has been accomplished during that time. No question about it: It has been a very busy four months!
This is a story of what could be, what is and what once was not long ago. Some of what you will read in this article is a dream (The Future: A Place to Play, Create & Innovate) but isn't out of the realm of possibility.
Walking down the hallway to Co-X Green Works is nothing like walking the rows of lettuce, broccoli or tomatoes on a vast landmass known as a farm. No, the Co-X 'farm' is tucked into a corner of an old, dilapidated, semi-abandoned building in what wa
FENG CHIA UNIVERSITY, TAICHUNG, TAIWAN | 逢甲大學, 台中市, 台灣 Co-X Green Works is extremely honoured to announce that we will be joining the Maker Carnival 2018 at Feng Chia University in Taichung, Taiwan / 逢甲大學, 台中市, 台灣.
Taiwan is home to as many rooftops as there are farms growing vegetables, fruit and livestock. Throughout Taiwan and its handful of large cities it’s very easy to see apartments, schools and factories with mostly empty rooftops.