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Horseradish
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Bob    Posted 04-07-2003 at 19:46:49       [Reply]  [No Email]
When do you make Horseradish? In the Spring or in the Fall


Lincoln    Posted 04-09-2003 at 15:41:00       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I've always been told any month with and R in it.


Duke(WNY)    Posted 04-08-2003 at 16:25:55       [Reply]  [No Email]
Spring - early as you can find it. Starts to get "woody" when it starts to grow.


Alberta Mike    Posted 04-08-2003 at 10:17:12       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Not much help for your question but I heard a radio gardening show yesterday morning which was interesting. The host said that even though horse radish is a "flowering plant", there is no such thing as a horseradish seed that will propagate a new plant. New plants just come from the old roots I think, the flowers and seeds that are produced are not viable or something like that. Just more useless information for a Tuesday morning.


bpb    Posted 04-09-2003 at 03:23:04       [Reply]  [Send Email]
?? flowering ?? got me my palnts just grow 3 to 4 foot tall leaves.
Also old wimmins tale, pick radish any month with an "R" in it!
Pick in spring leave 1/3rd in the ground for the fall picking.


Salmoneye    Posted 04-08-2003 at 02:50:51       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Either...

Spring for that 'white-hot', and Fall for a milder, slightly sweeter taste...

Or is it the other way round...

;-)


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