Added by on 2017-08-16

So, yeah, you can grow hydroponic beets in the greenhouse. This harvest shows that you can and the lesson learned? Well, thin them to 10 or 15 per 12″ diameter container! What do you think? I love chatting with folks and answering questions. If you enjoy my videos, please like, comment and subscribe! You can subscribe by clicking this link and then you’ll get a notification every time I upload a video: Now, I’m on Facebook! Share your gardening thoughts and pictures! . A little about my setup. I have a hydroponic greenhouse. I grow in a system I call FAWN which is a modified hydroponic drip system. The media I grow in is aged rice hulls with parboiled rice hulls mixed. This has proven to be a great mix for me. I use Masterblend fertilizer as my nutrients to every plant grown. I’ve been pretty successful with my setup growing hydroponic tomatoes, peppers, broccoli, squash, cucumbers, cabbage, cauliflower, lettuce, turnip greens, corn, potatoes, kale, carrots, beets, spinach, onions, leeks, and even okra! Everything a gardener would desire. I also dabble in other areas like growing in raised beds, growing in a ground garden, grafting, pond activities, growing fruits, and other projects on the homestead. Thank you so much for stopping in! Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsUrban Gardening with City Beet Farm on Shaw TVPotato Tower: Sweet Potato HarvestTomato HarvestContainer Carrot HarvestHydroponic Carrot Harvest – 25 May 16Container Squash Harvest

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  • kevin g 5 months ago

    the title is inaccurate this is not hydroponics

  • Midwest Gardener 5 months ago

    Thanks for sharing your results. The bigger ones looked good. Is there a beet pickling video coming?

  • BobMels Gardens 5 months ago

    Brent your beets look great. We do not do beets. Best wishes Bob.

  • navajopa31 5 months ago

    Brent: Nice crop for small space. You are right about them just needing a little more space. Bernard

  • Melissa NOYB 5 months ago

    Hi Brent,

    We all learned the hard way. I'm not growing beets but I did attempt my very first radishes this year. According to YouTube, radishes are the easiest vegetable to grow in containers…well other than the fact that they sprout easily, I'm not so sure about the easy part. I didn't thin them out as aggressively as I should. My first harvest was mostly greens LOL (at least the greens were edible so not a total loss) A few that did form into bulbs were the size of a cranberry ☹️. I immediately thinned out my second sets of radishes after that failed first harvest hoping THAT will do the trick!

  • Shannon Cunningham 5 months ago

    Very cool. Lately I'm just loving beets more than ever.

  • CB's Greenhouse and Garden 5 months ago

    Love me some beets!! Never tried to grow them.. yet… Looks good buddy.. Keep up the great work.

  • Sheila6325 5 months ago

    I think your right, Maybe less in each container would do the trick. The larger ones look really good, so more of those would be nice. The small ones are usually good too, just small. I love beets but have never grown them. Think I will try some in containers, I've never planted in containers either. I love beats boiled and buttered, and pickled too, either way is fine with me. I'm not going to try the hydroponic, at least not until I try the container growing first. I bet your beets turned out pretty good. You can't go wrong with a beet, unless of course it starts getting woody. Bless, Sheila