[Market-farming] Horseradish

Robert Farr rbfarr at erols.com
Wed Oct 14 23:05:36 EDT 2009


To grow new horseradish plants, take a 1" piece and plant it on its side 
1" down.  From one piece - I have more than 300 plants.

Robert Farr
The Chile Man
http://www.thechileman.com
"Work is love made visible." - Kahlil Gibran




carla safran wrote:

> Hello,
>        Two questions please. How does one harvest horseradish and 
> still leave enough root/plant to continue growing? and does anyone 
> have a good recipe for sauce I can send to family and friends for the 
> holidays?
>        Thank you, Carla
>        Missouri, Zone 5b
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> From: organic87 at frontiernet.net
> Date: Tue, 13 Oct 2009 14:35:13 -0400
> To: farmersue at myfairpoint.net; market-farming at lists.ibiblio.org
> Subject: Re: [Market-farming] Horseradish
>
>
> On Oct 13, 2009, at 10:05 AM, Sue Wells wrote:
>
>  
> This was my first year to sell horseradish. I didn’t sell roots, but 
> ground it up, added a little vinegar, a dab of water and a very small 
> dab of salt. I don’t know how to make a nice sauce with it, so I just 
> sold it this way. I sold it for $5 for a 4 oz jar. I sold quite a few 
> Sunday.
> Sue
> Vermont
>  
> In New York I suspect you would need a processing license to do that. 
> (Though you could have sold me a couple of them anyway . . . )
>
> -- Rivka; Finger Lakes NY, Zone 5 mostly
> Fresh-market organic produce, small scale
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