It may seem counter-intuitive, but due to the rich volcanic soil of Iceland, many crops do grow out of doors. One just does not see warm-weather agriculture. This is, I believe, a field of rutabaga, based on the appearance of the leaves.
The main produce from the greenhouses are tomatoes, cucumber, bell peppers, cabbage and strawberries. The traditional outdoor crops in Iceland are carrots, rhubarb, rutabaga, cabbage, leeks, potatoes, cauliflower and kale but in later years experiments and production of organic rapeseed and barley have been successful.
---partly from a Google search
November 25th, 2016
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