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[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote John from takes you on a field trip to Three Sisters Organic Permaculture Farm in South Florida to share with you the most important food crop you are probably not eating: Turmeric. In this episode, you will learn everything you wanted to know about turmeric and more! You will learn some of the health benefits of turmeric, how to grow turmeric, how to harvest turmeric, and how to purchase organic turmeric you can eat or grow to grow more turmeric. You will also discover one part of the turmeric plant that is edible that most people don’t eat. Finally, John will sit down with Jon Gambino chef and farmer at Three Sisters Organic Farm and ask him the following questions, so you can learn more about growing and using turmeric: 15:55 Why did you have a problem growing turmeric? 18:14 Is Tumeric one of the most productive root crops that you grow? 20:15 What is the best way to use turmeric into your daily meals? 23:30 Why should someone purchase your organic turmeric instead of from other sources? 25:30 How can someone order the organic turmeric from you? After watching this episode, you will know more about one of the most anti-inflammatory, and health-promoting plant foods on the entire planet. Subscribe to GrowingYourGreens for more videos like this: Follow John on Instagram at: Watch all 1200+ Episodes from GrowingYourGreens at Full Tour Episode at Three Sisters Organic Permaculture Farm Learn more about the Three Sisters Organic Farm at: Buy Viable Turmeric Rhizomes for Eating or Growing at online price includes shipping. Use special coupon code GYG2017 for a 10% discount Video Rating: / 5


  • Danyelle Robinson 4 weeks ago

    But can you grow turmeric in a zone 5b hothouse?

  • Josie Lee 4 weeks ago

    The link isn't working.

  • heather Ellis 4 weeks ago

    wow I used to live there. I love my hometown

  • Steve Smekar 4 weeks ago

    And replace the meds! That is the word that reaches the masses.

  • CaptTurbo 4 weeks ago

    Great, I go to the link you provide to buy some turmeric to plant in my SW Florida garden and I get "Product not found" Bummer man.

  • Tj Glen 4 weeks ago

    Just had a whole wack of raw organic turmeric in my salad just a bit ago. I put that in everything lol

  • Lynda Davis 4 weeks ago

    Turmeric is beneficial for us. Use these different ways and recipes to help.

  • Tyrone Harshaw 4 weeks ago

    Hi John great video ☺

  • Florida Native 4 weeks ago

    stoned lol

  • Tina V. 4 weeks ago

    wait… do you still reside in Las Vegas? I'm​ here and want to grow Turmeric. Now I'm MORE excited!!!

  • Amy Rick 4 weeks ago

    Great information!

  • Ron Emmett 4 weeks ago

    Hey John , great Info, on the Turmeric, have been trying to learn more about it ! Also only recently have learned of Amaranth & Quinoa . 2 very similar plant's, very beneficial from what I've seen so far . What's your take on them ? Any advice, what if any real difference between them? See this historically to have been great for us as while as for chicken feed . You may already have covered these with a video I've missed , but if not would appreciate any thought or input, or maybe as a subject to a new video from you , Keep up the good work's my friend & HAPPY GARDENING ! – Ron

  • Nurliyana ab.latip 4 weeks ago

    Loving the new intro!

  • Nathan Deneault 4 weeks ago

    i grow it in KC. I just just checked on the rhysomes today infact.

  • casey sprague 4 weeks ago

    Johns doing gods work again

  • Woodland Faerie 4 weeks ago

    Can it be done in Florida?

  • Tonio Yendis 4 weeks ago

    Its easy to grow, so i wonder why it is so expensive? $10 per lb. on the average!

  • Shahila Siddiqui 4 weeks ago

    We are eating turmeric since 300years ago !

  • mnmtorre1 4 weeks ago

    Thanks John I bought some turmeric from three sisters and gave to family and friends to plant here in California. Nice and healthy roots! Keep up the great work!!

  • Richard Young 4 weeks ago

    I'm trying to order but the shop page does not list it. Whats happening? I love this stuff

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