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Cultivation of Japanese horseradish (Wasabia japonica) in a plastic house



Cultivation of Japanese horseradish (Wasabia japonica) in a plastic house



Bulletin of the Shimane Agricultural Experiment Station, Japan (22): 37-47



The optimum planting time for Wasabia japonica in a plastic house was in the first 10 days of Oct. and the optimum spacing was 25 plants/msuperscript 2. Seedlings grew better and allowed earlier harvesting than clonal material. Harvesting by gathering leaves as they attained a given size gave high yields. Larger leaves and longer petioles were produced by plants sprayed with 50 p.p.m. GA. Long storage of seeds in moist conditions was possible at 10 degrees C.

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