I’ve been growing a lot of leafy greens in the hydroponic setups. And some folks were wondering what else could be grown. Specifically… could you grow cabbage in a hydroponic setup, using either the Kratky method or the floating rafts? The answer is, yes you can. But if you’re gonna do it in a tote or container, it needs to be about 10 gallons for each plant. Even though I had a less than ideal container, the cabbage still turned out great. In the floating raft setup, the cabbage did a little bit better. I would definitely like to have a lot more hydroponic cabbage. Also, just for comparison, I’ll show you a cabbage that was growing in ground. It was amazing, an absolutely perfect plant. http://www.facebook.com/mhp.gardener Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsFall Garden and Hydroponic Cabbage UpdateDwc hydroponic watermelon,cantaloupe, squash 6/12Mittleider Gardening: How to Transplant CabbageCabbage Patch Kids Garden Fairies Ad (1998)How to Clone any plant for hydroponic or regular gardeningTour of – Here We Grow – Hadley, MA Hydroponic Store (413) 584-FARM
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