Yes Ladypearl they have already sprouted and tomorrow I am going to post a pic of it here. By the way Neem cake is the residue left after the Neem seeds are pressed and oil is extracted, here they sell crushed pieces of it.
As you are aware Neem (Azadarichta Indica) is a native plant of India which is often prayed to as Divine mother, even research has show Neem to have many Anti-Bacterial/Anti-fungal properties. Thus Neem seed cake can be used to control harmful Nematodes in the soil.
Hey see these pics of my Wheatgrass which has grown.As you have seen from Top-view it's dense but not too dense so that some air can flow and prevent any harmful fungus from sticking to this plant.
Third pic is just a closeup of the same so you can't see that sink.
Sorry for any poor quality of pic because I don't have Digital cam(these pics were taken from my mobile)
Yes Lady, last sunday I juiced Wheatgrass in Orange and added about 4-5 Basil leaves and it was much better than the raw taste.
This wheatgrass that's grown in Sink though, I am going to feed it to a cow (sentiment), it's like offering our first harvest to god.
Next time (after sowing seeds again) I am planning to add a bit of Honey to the juice and see how it tastes.
Actually the first yield is highly nutritious and the next yield can be used as feed to animals.It's always preferable to add a bit of coco-peat every time and add fresh seeds, rather than consuming juice made of second / third yields.