the intent is grow as much food as possible within an RV.
which veggy will deliver the most nutrients **for a given amount of
space devoted to the flowerpots** ?
I see 3 candidates so far: sweet potato, broccoli, dandelions.
On 25 Jan 2007 19:33:47 -0800, dances_with email@example.com wrote:
How much space do you intend to devote to the project? Any idea how
big the plants actually get and how much you can harvest from each
plant? Vegetable plants like light. Think outdoors on a sunny day.
Other than dandelions which grow all the time, most vegetables grow in
a particular season. Broccoli likes cool weather and sweet potatoes
like it hot.
You need to get some books on vegetable gardening and nutrition and do
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No, as far as nutrients, the guy is right. Green vegetables have the
most, Collard and kale are usually considered the two best, though
broccoli and sweet potatoes are also good. Dandelion is a chicory and
probably more nutritious than sweet potatoes but not as good as
collard. In fact, cabbage is less nutritious than the aforementioned
veggies, but one gets a lot more cabbage than collard per row, and so
cabbage is probably the answer. A little time spent on the USDA
website, plus an estimate of yields per square foot, is all that is
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