We invite you to watch the video below which was shot last week in Ibiza, Spain (outdoor Tower Farm operating 12 months out of a year).
A better strategy would be to grow leafy greens (i.e. arugula, lettuce, etc.) and get 3 harvests using every planting port within the same time frame.
Of course, a small Tower Farm serving the needs of a restaurant or a hotel might consider growing all kinds of cruciferous vegetables: aside from looking spectacular and sometimes incongruous in the case of kohlrabi, brassica crops grown on a Tower Garden are delicious!
However, brassica veggies are not considered ‘cash crops’ (except on arugula) when grown in a commercial Tower Farm which purpose is to make a profit from the crops being harvested.
Nevertheless, Agrotonomy Tower Farms in Ibiza grow all kinds of cruciferous/brassica veggies from Fall to late Spring (including brussel sprouts!)
Although we do not recommend cruciferous for commercial purpose, we strongly advise anyone owning a Tower Garden for home-use to experiment growing brassica vegetables.
Vegetable Rolls Recipe with Collard Greens | Tower Garden Recipes
Learn how to make fresh vegetable spring rolls using collard greens grown on a Tower Garden. Collard greens are perfect for making veggie wraps and vegetable rolls, and we show you how to do it!
Cabbage and Cilantro Salad Recipe | Tower Garden Recipes
Learn how to make a delicious cabbage & cilantro salad freshly harvest from our aeroponic Tower Farm. This salad includes cilantro, red onions, tomatoes, and cabbage. The dressing used in this salad is made from lemon, olive oil, garlic, cumin, salt, pepper and a tad of agave syrup.