Horseradish is a perennial, condiment plant started from root cuttings or sets. Plant root cuttings—large end up—in early spring in a deep, loose, fertile soil. The top of the root cutting should be about 3 inches below ground level. Rows should be 3 feet apart with plants 1 foot apart in the row.

Harvest roots in late fall or early spring—wash, peel and grind. Horseradish plants are hardy, very persistent, and can become troublesome weeds.

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