Growing wheatgrass, considered one of the new "superfoods," takes about two weeks total. Growing wheatgrass involves a pre-sprouting stage of one or two days, a covered-tray planting stage of three to four days, and a "greening" process of up to 10 days.
About this Author
Melissa Jordan-Reilly has been a writer for 20 years, both as a newspaper reporter and as an editor of nonprofit newsletters. Among the publications in which she has published are, "The Winsted Journal," "Taconic" and "Compass Magazine." A graduate of the University of Connecticut, Jordan-Reilly also pursues sustainable agriculture techniques and tends a market garden at her Northwestern Connecticut home.