GoPasar x Root Farm Live Webinar - Top 5 Mistakes When Growing Microgreens & How to Avoid ThemMicrogreens are superfoods because they are packed with nutrients. Although they are easy to grow at home, we came across gardeners who have problems with growing microgreens at home. Something must have gone wrong. To solve the problems, GoPasar has invited the Founder of Root Farm, Mr Eddie Chen to share with us his experiences on growing microgreens! This will be an interactive session where you can ask any questions you have on microgreens!This FREE webinar is perfect for - Beginners who want to kick start growing greens at home and understand what are microgreens- Gardeners who have problems with growing microgreens, the superfood!What you will learn and get?- Insightful tips from the farmer who grows microgreens- Top 5 mistakes when growing microgreens & How to avoid them- 1 pack of FREE seeds from Root Farm e-store, limited to the first 20 pax who register through GoPasarAvailable seeds: Wasabi Mustard Green/Scarlet Frill Mustard/Red Cabbage/Red Amaranth/Mizuna/Genovese Basil/Red Russian Kale/Black Tuscany KaleDate: 25 July 2020 (Saturday)Time: 11 amDuration: 30 minutes + Q&AFor participants who successfully register for this live webinar, you will receive a Zoom link when the date is nearer.NOTE: for the 1st 20 participants who want the free seeds sponsored by GoPasar, please use the promo code "PIKFZXXG5P" upon the checkout. Each person can only register for 1 pax and choose 1 pack of free seeds from the Root Farm e-store at https://bit.ly/32n0ojW.About Root FarmRoot Farm is an urban indoor farm obsessed with growing tasty, quality food, in a sustainable & eco-conscious way. Root Farm believes in taking charge of your super-local, real produce from root to table. From the sowing of seeds, nurturing of your greens, to hand-harvesting your produces, are all carried out on our farm. This provides you the added assurance that what you are receiving, are being handled with utmost respect and care by our dedicated and passionate farmers.