John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ shares with you why your leafy green vegetable plant leaves may turn yellow. You will also discover if it is ok to eat these yellow leaves.
In this episode, you will learn some of the causes of plant leaves to turn yellow. You will learn some of the specific reasons your plant leaves may turn yellow. which may include too little water, too much water, nutrient deficiency, disease and/or plant stress.
John will share with you the yellow leaves he is having in his spinach bed and how he will hopefully correct the situation. You will also learn if it is safe and nutritious to eat yellow leaves that are still attached to your leafy green vegetable plant.
Next, John will share with you the many shades of arugula in his garden and the yellow, red, and green leaves that may occur during the growth of the plants. You will learn if you can eat red arugula leaves.
You will also discover why it’s important to always harvest your food fresh and eat healthy green leaves whenever you are able.
Finally, you will learn about the healthiest raised bed John is growing and why the plants are so healthy with minimal yellow leaves.
After watching this episode, you will learn more about why your plant leaves turn yellow and how to correct the situation. You will also learn if it is ok to eat old yellow leaves on your leafy green vegetable plants.
Jump to the following part of this episode:
02:22 Episode Starts
04:00 Why are leaves in your garden turning yellow?
08:44 Is it ok to eat the yellow leaves from your leafy green vegetables?
12:40 Why you should eat the most vibrant green leaves
15:30 Can you eat arugula that is red or yellow?
18:24 Eating Bolting Arugula
19:19 Why I have little yellow leaves on this garden bed
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