Added by on 2017-07-05

Parsley is a voracious grower in hydroponics systems and can be in high demand from local restaurants or grocery stores if you have the local market demand for it. In this video, Dr. Nate Storey of Bright Agrotech discusses the specifics of what hydroponic growers need to know when growing parsley in their systems, vertical or not. Get all the videos here: Looking for more info on Mint? Grab our entire recommended crop list for .99 here: Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsBest Crops for Hydroponics: StrawberriesBest Crops For Hydroponics: ChivesBest Crops for Hydroponics: MintBest Crops For Hydroponics: LettuceBest Crops for Vertical FarmingGrowing Huge Hydroponic Basil and Parsley

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  • gusy629 6 months ago

    Thanks for the info. How about Cilantro? Can I treat them same as Parsley?

  • German Alvarez 6 months ago

    can you show how to harvest this plant..thanks.

  • Mneimneh Mazen 6 months ago

    Thank you very much…and what about fertilizer ration for parsley? Do you have any production guide? Technical guide?

  • Mneimneh Mazen 6 months ago

    Hello, thank you very much for this wonderful video!

    How much is the productivity/tower/harvest? and how many tower can we grow per acre?

    Thank you

  • Mark Anderson 6 months ago

    You mention parsley can be cut again and again. Exactly how do you harvest it if you want to have multiple harvests from one plant? Can you actually chop the whole thing and expect it to come back if the roots are healthy? Is it necessary to leave some or half of the leaves? Thanks!

  • justin brown 6 months ago

    Has your team tried cilantro?

  • Xsmael The Best 6 months ago

    would you make a tutotrial on hydroponics ?

  • Radu Mircea Giurgiu 6 months ago

    Hey, nice vid again.

    But you didn't say about the EC range. Just that is a wide range. What are the EC values that Parsley grows in?Also what about the water consumption? Or irrigation intervals? Thanks!

    Keep up the good work,