- Get different seeds. Try to find organic hard winter wheat seeds that haven't been sitting around for too long. You can get them from another store and see if that helps. Certain wheatgrass seeds are better able to resist mold.
- On hot days, make sure your wheatgrass gets some ventilation. If it isn't windy, a fan can help circulate air and keep the mold at bay.
- During a hot summer, plant fewer seeds on each tray. This will provide more room on the tray for air to circulate, and should help with the mold problem.
Mold: Part 2
Here are a few ways to help tame the mold growing on your wheatgrass: