Growing Horseradish

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29 Nov 20 Boris Maylis (Australia - temperate climate)
Hi. Can I grow horseradish in box 75x50 sm deep 35 sm from wood? What’s soil I need to use.? How to grow only root without leaves? Thank you. Boris
30 Nov 20 (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
Don't use a high Nitrogen fertiliser if you don't want a lot of leaves.
29 Nov 20 Liz (Australia - temperate climate)
You just need ordinary soil. Keep it watered, a wooden box will dry out quickly. You cannot grow horseradish without leaves.

Don't use a high Nitrogen fertiliser if you don't want a lot of leaves.

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