Growing Kale

Kale is a hearty wonderful plant that will provide a considerable harvest from your garden. Growing Kale is easy, once mature each plant will produce multiple branches that shoot out and produce the kale leaves. Let the plants grow for 3-4 weeks (or until the plant is 15-20 inches in height or the leaves are about 12 inches in length). Harvest the leaves  and stems off the stalk from the bottom up. Each stalk will provide a large serving of kale. The shoots will continue to grow up the plant throughout the season. Kale will sometimes attract white flies & caterpillars. Applications of Essential Oil and “BT” are recommended.

Organic Kale Information

Organic Kale Information
Cabbage family

Cool season vegetable

Simply put, Kale is a juicers paradise! Kale juice considered to be a highly nutritious vegetable with powerful antioxidant properties. Kale benefits are vast, it is considered to be anti-inflammatory. It is also a source of indole-3-carbinol, a chemical which boosts DNA repair in cells and appears to block the growth of cancer cells. It is now recognized as providing comprehensive support for the body’s detoxification process.

Best Site: In a sunny location in cooler weather.

Pruning and training: Remove dead leaves.

Time to Harvest: After 2-3 weeks through an entire season.

Harvest: Harvest by removing the lower leaves and watch them grow back.