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The ideal time to start sprouting moringa seeds are around Spring-Summer, or temperatures above 60-70F at night.

Collective Questions

Questions about what the Collective is and how to join.

Yes, Join the Collective from anywhere in the world, become a member today. The VIP Members Training Area is Here.

The Grow Moringa Collective consists of Members buying and selling moringa trees and products as an online community.

Membership Includes a Personal Profile and Online Dashboard to connect with other growers. Local chapters host meet-ups.

Get Orders Today. As a way to ensure the highest quality moringa on the market, we created a platform to connect you directly with buyers. Sell your moringa Here.

There’s No Catch! This platform has MASSIVE VALUE. It’s now available with more tools and opportunities than ever before.

Membership is now only 1-time payment. No recurring fees. You’ll have full access to the VIP Members area for life.  

Start the process of becoming Grow Moringa Certified Member Here.

Support and Accountability from your peers. Share your progress and struggles. Get the support you need, fast. 

Get Instant Access to ‘Grow Moringa: The Ultimate Guide – A Complete Grower’s Manual’

This platform is here for you to learn. Become a Member.

Member benefits include online tickets to MoringaCon, a yearly convention.

Also, get online tickets to the Annual Members Meeting.

Eligible to take the Members Certification Course. 

Make posts and ask questions in the members area and get advise from members from all over the world.

Need more guided support? The member support center answers your questions fast.

Would you like to talk to other growers? Attend LIVE events everyday.

Become a Member Here.

Yes! Find members here on the Moringa Map.

As a member of the collective, you could get a call from someone looking for moringa. Get on the map today.

Members have access to ‘Chapter Locations’ where co-ops and members organize in their local areas.

You’ll have full access to the Members List of Lands. Buy, Sell and Rent Land to Grow Moringa.

If there’s no members in your area, be the first! You could help bring more members to your area.

Looking to Purchase moringa from a local grower? Visit the Moringa Map Here

The Grow Moringa Collective is a decentralized platform that does not have any employees, instead there are trained members who offer their services. 

Ask any member if they would be willing to purchase moringa from you. Make a post in the VIP Members Training Area.

Some members buy moringa in bulk for their businesses. Make a deal directly with a member.

Members are trained in harvesting moringa trees. They will come and service your trees at your convenience. Make an appointment for a member to harvest your trees from inside the VIP Members Training Area.

Get paid, from your trees. Harvesters will trade your fresh moringa material for product or cash.

Depending on how much the harvester is able to collect, you could earn income from your moringa trees. 

Moringa Questions

Questions about how to Grow Moringa Trees

Your leaves are yellow because you either didn’t water enough or to much.  They can also be yellow because the soil needs more nutrients

Yes, normally in the ground moringa loves full sun, but in a pot, indoors, use a grow light and a fan. More info on our YouTube Channel, use the search bar to view specific titles. Watch Here.

Use GrowMoringa.Shop as a guide in pricing your items and compare the cost of retail items, wholesale and subscription plans.

Moringa Can Sprout from seed and you could make your first harvest within 45 days. Sell Moringa Micro-greens as a fresh product at the farmers market within 45 days.

Grow moringa very close together on a large raised bed or row and harvest young seedlings every 45 days. ‘Pop the Tops’ every 45 days for a fresh greens harvest.

Learn how to grow moringa, in all 3 methods. Start with Intensive Method, an annual bed of moringa seedlings.

Then establish a Hedge, a living fence of moringa trees, while at the same time, establish an Orchard Style Moringa Operation and grid your property with moringa trees.

Not to mention, you can make an income from the moringa tree industry as a whole and support other moringa farmers.

Buy, sell and trade moringa material from other members.

See how much money you can make from moringa. Earn moringa money from selling your product at the farmers market.

It’ll cost about $2,000 dollars to cultivate an acre, but you can generate approximately $10,000 an acre depending on the intensity of your operation.

For more answers and clarity Become a Member.

20,000 trees an acre with 500 orchard trees and 19,500 seedling trees for different purposes.

This would be a good place to start. If you are a member of the Grow Moringa Collective and near a harvester you can make $10/kilo from having your trees leaves harvested. The more work you are willing to put into the processing, the more money you will be able to make on your moringa.

There are tons of variables in what making a living from moringa means to different people and what it would take from different people to achieve. Joining our members area will give you a better idea and personalized solutions and answers to questions like these. 

Our entire YouTube Channel is dedicated to teaching you how to grow moringa. If you need more specific help or have any more questions Become a Member.

You can make a living selling moringa at the farmers market, known as a face-to-face sale under the cottage rule industry labeling practices.

The amount you can make is determined by the weight your trees produce.

The best way to make money from moringa is by selling the young trees or seedlings and also the seeds, then the oil.

Next, as your trees get bigger, sell the fresh leaves. Then, sell the dried leaves. Use a certified drying facility for safety. The least amount of processing the better. Selling powder and capsules requires more certifications.

Selling Moringa for Human Consumption Requires More Certifications.

Sell moringa as an animal food or as a plant food to maximize your barrier to entry into the moringa tree industry. That’s why we have BioStimulant.

The amount of money you can make depends on 2 things. If you are doing some of the work, or if you have members doing all the work for you.

On average you can earn about $10/kg of dried material. Then up to $30/kg if you are doing all the steps at a certified facility.

Harvest trees yourself or hire a member to harvest for you. Then Schedule a Pick-up, either fresh greens pick-up or dried greens-pickup available.

Schedule Harvest, with a ‘Blue Tree’ Member on the Moringa Map.

You can make as much money as you can on your own earnings.

If you would like to sell through Grow Moringa’s ‘Fulfillment By Members’ program and get paid-out at the time of a harvest by a certified member, then join here.

If you’re wanting to grown full size moringa trees you can get about 200 to 300 per acre if you plant them in staggered rows 10 to 15 feet apart.

Here is a video explaining how to do the orchard style planting on a acre.

If you are looking to do a more intense operation you can get tens of thousands of trees on an acre if you plant an intensive bed to get more bio mass.

Here is a video explaining how to plant an intensive bed to get 100,000 moringa plants on one acre.

The moringa tree can reach 30ft tall. In the first couple of years it’s good practice to keep your moringa trees shorter and bushy until it can hold the weight of the drumsticks and produce more of them. In the first two years it’s good to trim them back and pop all the flowers off.

Here is a video about why and how to keep your moringa trees bushy.

Grow Moringa Product/Order Questions

Questions about Grow Moringa Products or Orders

You only know the quality if you take the time as a consumer to get to know your moringa farmer. I’ve been growing Moringa for 7 years in Tampa, FL.

There are 13 types of moringa. The most common, Moringa Oleifera, has several varieties like PKM1, MOMAX, etc.

The Moringa that we grow while, we may use the same type seeds as other companies, since it’s grown right here in the US we are able to skip shipping it by water and consequently our products are more fresh and have a vibrant color compared to some of the other Moringa brands.

When you order from Here the package of moringa trees also comes with 10 free seeds so you can grow more trees right away. Read the Planting Instructions

And If your trees arrive damaged, first cut the broken stems off completely and care for the root-ball or tuber. Give it some water and Sun.

Plant the root-ball or tuber in a small pot or cup that has several holes in the bottom for drainage.

Fill the pot with sandy-well draining organic soil. Then place the root-ball or tuber in the sandy-soil and cover slightly.

Just because the stem is broken, doesn’t mean the tree will not grow a new stem nor that it is dead. Give it a little time to re-grow an entire new stem.

After some time, if you’re still not seeing any sign of new growth (depending on the time of year) contact us for a replacement.

Moringa powder should be stored in a cool, dry space away from humidity and light. Light can destroy nutrients in the powder, and humidity can make it mildew or mold. When stored properly, the powder can last for two or more years.

The best way for you and me to take moringa could be different. Find out what is the best for you. The seeds are great to eat and have really great properties and some side-effects like “detoxing”. The leaves are very popular for mineralizing and protein as well.

Much of the potency depends on the what’s in the soil. If it’s in the soil, it’s in the leaves; whether it’s good or bad. Moringa has a propensity to pull up heavy metals which is why we have our farms soil tested. The best way to know is to talk to your moringa farmer. My number is 813-567-3100.