Growing Horseradish

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26 Dec 19 Joseph (Australia - temperate climate)
I have some Horseradish growing but cant get it to grow in to any thing of consequence, it spreads like wild fire but roots are too small to grate. Does anyone have a suggestion please
30 Dec 19 anon (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
Sounds like you are using a fertiliser with a high N %. N produces grow of leaves etc, P is good for root development. K for flowers/fruit. Try and plant them after another crop has used up most of the N.
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