First harvest from the greenhouse and it’s not a surprise. Turnip greens grow very well, very fast. This is Alamo, a non-turnip type of greens and it is so good! Added some spinach to round out the mess.

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Turnip Greens Grown Hydroponically

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6 Comments

  • Forage Forage
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    Brent, so with the FAWN system, the primary difference is there is NO reservoir of water sitting in the bucket, as there is in a typical Dutch Bucket.. right.. So on a 24 hour cycle, how did you run the fluids on/off? With my Dutch Buckets I was running 10 minutes on about 3 times a day when it was under 80F, When it went over 80F.. I added another 10 minute cycle on. With your FAWN.. how would you set it up the on/off cycles for your tuber crops?

  • Sheila6325
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    Oh My, I'm in love! I've never made greens like that, and I am going to make some just like yours! That has got to be so delicious. Lots of garlic, just the way I like it too. Can you tell me which flavor of bouillon you used? Since I have never made them that way before, I thought I better ask. Now I KNOW that my inside spinach and greens is a "must have." This really hit a nerve for me. I'm going to speed up my daughter getting me to Lowes so I can finish my inside growing area. Still a long winter ahead, so I know I can have them by Feb. when it's the worst weather here, and snowing a lot. That's my soup time, and when I crave fresh greens the  most.  I'm going to try out your Alamo greens if I can find them. Fantastic Video. Bless, Sheila (Thank you SO much)

  • Home Grown Veg
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    Hello Brent. Just watched you cut your turnip greens and sort of expected to see a turnip when all the leaves had been removed. I have never grown turnip greens. Is it a turnip without the turnip?

  • Keyplayr61 Greenhouse Hydroponics And Gardens
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    Looks great, Brent! That's the thing I like about greens. They replenish themselves for quite a while before they bolt on you! I should have grow me some collards in the greenhouse this year, even though they are better with some frost on them!

  • Arms Family Homestead
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    I love to eat a lot of different greens but I just can't handle them cooked down like that! I pretty well eat most of my mine raw or ran through the juicer. Your greenhouse production looks awesome though. Those sure are some great looking turnips!

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