If vegetables are dropped, it may indicate lack of water or direct exposure to the sun. When the vegetables begin to grow can irrigate directly on the substrate or reinforce with the sprayer more than once a day. Remember that you should not put the microvegetais in direct contact with the sun.
When the shoots are very thin, it means they are in a warm but low light environment. Moving the shoots to a brighter spot or to a cooler location will lead to healthier, more vigorous plants. The best spot is on the sill of a window where they can receive the maximum light.
Depending on the variety and height of the year, it may take an average of 2 months before you can harvest your herbs. In the case of edible flowers, it may take up to 6 months before the first flowers appear.
The substrate should always be moist but not soaked. A good test is to place the buried finger lightly on the substrate and if it is dry, you should water the equivalent of a cup of coffee. Check every 2 days if the substrate remains moist. Too much watering is harmful and if it does happen try to remove the water if it happens.