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Growing Top Quality Broccoli Hydroponically


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Broccoli can be a tad tricky to grow hydroponically, like its cousins kale, spinach, peas and Brussels sprouts it is a cold weather crop that does not fare well in higher temperatures.

Following germination, the temperature should be 50 – 60 F. maximum. The broccoli will still grow at higher temperatures, but sadly you'll discover that it is bitter and useless for anything other than seed or the compost heap.

Also be aware that prolonged temperature extremes, either too cold or too hot will result in bolting. Once the plant bolts to seed it is no longer palatable – it tastes nasty.

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