Fri Mar 17, 2006 4:44 pm
Does anyone on the board grow horseradish? I wasn't able to transplant mine when I moved in June
, and would like to establish some at my new location. If anyone is willing to send me a couple of roots or crowns, I'd be more than willing to cover the postage.
Oh, I have a great recipe for processing horseradish using a blender, if anyone wants it.
Fri Mar 17, 2006 6:11 pm
Farmer Seed and Nursery, 1706 Morrissey Drive, Bloomington, Illinois 61704 http://www.farmerSeed.com
. has the best price on horseradish. 3 for $3.95, 6 for $6.95 and 12 for $12.95.
Gurney's and Henry Field's offeres hybred horseradish - more expensive.
Wife and I harvested and replanted all of our horseradish last fall. Please post your recipe for horseradish.
Sat Mar 18, 2006 1:21 pm
I put the recipe on the Better Half Forum.
Tue Mar 21, 2006 9:27 pm
Don, I have quite a bit of the good stuff. As a matter of fact I need to weed a bit from my patch. It's growing all over the place and needs thinned out and put in rows. Do you ever get to Cumberland. I live north of there but work at an IH dealer about 5 miles north on 220. Just across the PA line. I could dig a bunch for you and you could pick it up or I'll mail ya some. Yer choice. Free if you pick up or pay only postage if I mail it. I scrape the roots (prefer smaller ones) and grind in meat grinder then put in blender with vinegar. Let me know. Dave
Tue Mar 28, 2006 12:54 pm
Dave, thanks again for the horseradish root. Hope to see you again.
Thu Mar 30, 2006 8:23 pm
It was a pleasure meeting you. Did you get your new addition yet? Kinda wondering. If you need more horseradish just let me know. Anytime your around Wheelwrights feel free to stop in. No need to have to buy anything , it's just good to see a cubber once in a while. Take care. Grump!!!
Thu Mar 30, 2006 10:17 pm
Yes, I closed the deal on Tuesday. I'll bring it home in a couple of weeks. Put the roots in the ground yesterday. Take care.
Thu Dec 21, 2006 10:54 pm
when is the best time to transplant horseradish? this subject came up today as me and my neighbors were getting the homemade sauerkraut from the crocks. a few of the guys said the fall most said early spring.
Thu Dec 21, 2006 10:57 pm
I have planted it anytime the ground isn't frozen and had good luck with it growing,----want some plants???? thanks; sonny
Fri Dec 22, 2006 5:29 pm
yes i would very much like to have some horseradish roots if you have them!
Fri Dec 22, 2006 7:41 pm
I don't think the ground is froze much here, got almost 6" of rain in last couple weeks, so I can dig some , is the ground thawed on your end?
got TONS of it growing here, that needs to be thinned out! PM me your mailing addy and I can send you some good starts! thanks;sonny
Fri Dec 22, 2006 8:53 pm
Take a look at this http://web.extension.uiuc.edu/champaign ... 01106.html
for information on growing horseradish. Yeah, I know, I couldn't resist doing my Extension Agent thing.
Enjoy your horseradish.
Fri Dec 22, 2006 11:28 pm
sonny thanks! i will pm you my adress so i can keep it private. ( so no crook checking out this site can steal my millions hidden in my cub tool box
) TAMU '78, i was in your neck of the woods in october doing a study of state route 531 to see what could be done to save it from fallling into lake erie.
Sat Dec 23, 2006 10:24 am
Hope you enjoyed your trip to the north. Hope you keep 531 from getting to wet! Bottom line is that most folks have forgotten about the natural process called shoreline erosion and the natural process often wins.
BTW, I used to teach in Warren at what was then called the Vocational School.
Sat Dec 23, 2006 8:13 pm
i live in lordstown near warren. did you teach at the tech school in champion? lol some people pay alot of money to live on the shore of lake erie and choose to ignore mother nature. i learned from this study that the souther shore of lake erie is sinking and the northern shore in canada is rising. cool stuff. i will be working alot more in astabula when i start my new job tues.
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