I use a single seed or variety based on the plant's growth phase. I use alfalfa, barley, broccoli, clover,corn, cowpea, fenugreek, garbanzo, lentils, pinto beans and radish. Alfalfa for transition and growth, beans for nitrogen and carbohydrates, barley for flower, corn for cheap source of cytokinins versus the cost of coconut water etc.
I add grains to my sst to increase carbohydrates and feed the worms, soil mites and microbes.
The bat guano tea supports the flower phase. So does rehydrated kelp tea.
I buy my seeds during sales at Asian grocers, supermarkets or health food stores.
I use the sst as plant food; to moisten top dressings, soil, or as boilermaker in last hour of brewing aerated compost tea.
Clackamas Coots is the authority for sprouted seed tea if you are interested in using it. I am still learning so I take notes and observe the plants smell and reactions. The Hindu kush hybrids are building seeds with few new pistils. The Mazar continues to bud. The hybrids will finish before the Mazar at this rate or so I reckon because I have never grown them before
Thanks for the kind words. My plants LOVE mung beans and barley sprouted seed teas