I have planted a lot of "Greens". Each year I plant about five pounds of purple top turnips in one of my deer food plots. The deer love them and so do I. Plus, I planted about a dozen collard plants in my garden, along with more turnips, and curly leaf mustard (my favorite). I read somewhere that the greens in the garden, plowed under in the spring, will help with soil nutrition and possibly help with any tomato fungal problems.
Well, they are all getting big enough to eat. My Mom (87) lives near the hunting property and is able to drive her jeep right up beside the food plot turnips. She had some Monday while I was up hunting and they were great. This patch got rains at the right time, and is growing great. The deer have acorns in the woods so they have not hammered them yet.
I am heading back to the farm today after work, and have some curly mustard and collards that I picked from my garden this morning. Can't wait for my Mom to cook them with some hot cornbread.