Featured Hydroponic Performers
Hydroponic Performers
Hydroponic Performers
With the unique conditions of growing in hydroponic systems come equally distinct challenges and opportunities. That is why it’s important to select seed varieties demonstrated to perform in the hydroponic setting. Johnny’s has reviewed the available research, including results from independent grower trials, information received from our suppliers, and our own knowledge base, to compile our list of vegetables and herbs for hydroponic production. Because hydroponic systems vary, we suggest you use these recommendations as a starting point for building and refining your variety selection.
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Mild broccoli flavor.
Mild broccoli flavor.
10 - 15 Days
Attractive fuchsia stems and leaves.
Attractive fuchsia stems and leaves.
16 - 25 Days
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Salanova® Foundation Collection Salanova® Lettuce
Building block for high-value salad mix; adds flavor, loft and weight.
Building block for a high-value salad mix. Conventional seed with NOP-compliant pelleting.
53 Days
Beautiful, three-dimensional, oak-type leaves add loft to salad mix.
Beautiful oak-type leaves.
21 baby; 40 full size
These delicate shoots with mild pea flavor make the perfect garnish.
Mild, pea flavor.
7 - 21 Days
Classic Italian basil variety with authentic flavor and appearance.
Classic Italian variety.
68 Days
Standard salad arugula for salad mix and bunching.
The standard salad arugula.
21 baby; 40 full size
Mildly spicy, dark-purple stems and leaves.
Mildly spicy, dark-purple stems and leaves.
10 - 15 Days
AAS (All-America Selections) Winners
Green Wave Mustard Greens
Slowest-to-bolt mustard green.
Slowest-to-bolt mustard green.
21 baby; 45 full size
Our recommended substitute for our standard tendril pea.
Our recommended sub for our standard tendril pea.
7 - 14 Days
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Salanova® Red Incised Salanova® Lettuce
Deeply-incised, heavily-frilled leaves add texture to mixes.
Great for adding texture to salad mix. Conventional seed with NOP-compliant pelleting.
53 Days
Striking red leaves with bright green interior for stunning contrast.
Striking red color. Conventional seed with NOP-compliant pelleting.
47 Days
Early, heat-tolerant standard variety.
Early, heat tolerant.
21 baby; 38 full size
Best baby pac choi because heads are proportional at true baby size.
Best baby pac choi.
45 Days
The preferred pea variety for shoots, with uniform germination.
Preferred pea for shoots.
7 - 14 Days
Smooth green, purple-veined leaves for baby leaf and bunching.
Smooth green, purple-veined leaves for baby leaf and bunching.
25 baby; 50 full size
Economical strain for baby leaf.
Economical strain for baby leaf.
28 baby; 65 full size
Medium-green serrated leaves with bright purple stems and leaf margins.
Medium-green serrated leaves with bright purple stems and leaf margins.
10 - 15 Days
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