Hot Horseradish - Knowledgebase Question

Valley Center, CA
Question by Busreed
January 13, 2000
Looking for a horseradish that I can plant at 6000 feet here on Mt Palomar. I also want it to be as hot as can be.


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Answer from NGA
January 13, 2000

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Horseradish roots will be thick and pungent if they're planted in rich, moist soil. Amend your soil with organic matter to help it hold moisture, lay the roots in a shallow trench, and cover with 2" of soil. Mulch over the top of the bed to help suppress weeds, and to slow moisture evaporation. Keep the bed well watered throughout the summer and you'll harvest large, tasty roots.

Burpee catalog carries 'Maliner Kren'. You can order online at http://www.burpee.com, or phone toll-free (800) 888-1447 to place your order.

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