How to Grow Kale in the Cold

The Growing Guru Cross-pollinating to you Unifiers one of the easiest step by step guide on how to grow the best Kale in your garden to keep you and your family healthy. 

1). Start them indoors with a seedling tray, you can get it from the store or make one like we did here 

https://www.ghostprint.org/blogs/news/sprouting-your-seedlings

Make sure to keep soil temp between 65 and 85 degrees for best germination which will take about 5 to 14 days! Also, fertilize them a week or two after they have sprouted. If you want a super sustainable fertilizer to check out our NuTreents here. 

2). When they have outgrown their seedling tray it is time to get them used to the outdoors, leave them out during the day in the shade for the first day, in partial sun the second and then on the third day you can leave them outside overnight, the next day they will be ready to plant in your garden 

3). Loosely break up the root balls, place them in well-draining soil about a foot to 18 inches apart and in a place with 6 to 8 hours of sunlight a day. 

4) Give them a good soaking and make sure to fertilize, an all-purpose Fertilizer like our  NuTreents works great. 

5). It’s about 55 days from seeding to harvest and we recommend that you leave a few leafs on each plant when harvesting so that you can have a great crop into late fall. 

So Unifier, do you know any great Kale recipes to help keep you healthy?