Soaking and Sprouting Chart

Seeds
 Quantity
 Soaking Time
 Sprouting Time
 Yield
Alfalfa
3 tablespoons
4-6 hours
5 days
3 cups
Anis
3 tablespoons
4-6 hours
5 days
1 cup
Most beans
1 cup
8-10 hours
3-4 days
1 cup
 Buckwheat
1 cup 
4-6 hours
24 hours 
2-3 cups
 Chickpeas
1 cup
10-12 hours
2-4 days
3 cups
  Corn
1 cup
8-10 hours
2-3 days
2 cups
 Fenugreek
4 tablespoons
4-6 hours
3-5 days
1 cup
 Flax
1 tablespoon
5-7 hours
2 days
1 cup
 Green Peas
1 cup
10-12 hours
2-3 days
2 cups
  Lentils
1 cup
6-8 hours
2-3 days
2 cups
 Mung beans
1 cup
8-10 hours
4 days
3-4 cups 
 Mustard
1 tablespoon
4-6 hours
3-5 days
1 cup
 Onion
1 tablespoon
4-6 hours
4-5 days
1 cup
 Oats
1 cup
8-10 hours
1-2 days
2 cups
 Radish
1 tablespoon
 4-6 hours  
 3-5 days
1 cup
 Barley
1/2 cup
8-10 hours
2-3 days 
1 cup  
 Cabbage
1 tablespoon
4-6 hours  
4-5 days 
1 1/2 cups 
 Chia
1 tablespoon  
4-6 hours  
3-5 days 
1 1/2 cups
 Clover
1 tablespoon 
4-6 hours  
4-6 days 
2 1/2 cups  
 Millet
1 cup
8-10 hours  
2-3 days  
1 1/2 cups
 Most Nuts*
1 cup
8-10 hours
do not sprout
1 1/2 cups
 Rye
cup
8-10 hours
2-3 days 
2 1/2 cups
 Pumpkin seeds
1 cup
6-8 hours 
1-2 days 
1 1/2 cups
 Sesame seeds
 1 1/2 cups
4-6 hours  
1-2 days 
1 1/2 cups
 Sunflower seeds
1 cup
6-8 hours  
5-8 days 
1 1/2 cups
 Soy bean
1 cup  
10-12 hours 
4-5 days 
2 1/2 cups
 Watercress
1 tablespoon
4-6 hours  
4-6 days
1 1/2 cups
 Wheat
1 cup
10-12 hours 
2-3 days 
1 1/2 cups  
 Wild rice
1 cup  
8-10 hours 
4 days 
1 1/2 cups
 Quinoa
1 cup  
4-6 hours  
2-3 days 
2 1/2 cups 
 Amaranth
3 tablespoons 
4-6 hours
24 hours 
3/4 cup 

*You can use a food dehydrator temp at 105 F to dry your nuts