Mustard Radish (Komatsuna) side by sideRoll'n with the changing seasons' harvest and planning some good eats for tomorrow. A little mustard spinach (Komatsuna) side by side...different plants, same results.
Knowing that half the crop trials will look like the little guy on the left always kills me; however, the sacrifice highlights the benefits of focusing on microbesrok-rootsrok-vegetables
Hydroponic Wasabi Radishesrok-hydro
Wasabi RadishA commercial organic Wasabi grower in Utsunomiya Japan has been a faithful Be-1 customer for many years. Wasabi can be sensitive to fertilizers, so very minimal Be-1 is used with terrific results. These Wasabi plants are grown using crystal clear water from an underground spring with minerals that produce radishes with a fantastic taste profile. rok-hydrorok-vegetables
Wasabi Radish GreenhouseGreenhouse in Utsunomiya, Japan produces year round Wasabi for your Sushi or hamburger.rok-vegetables
Daikon-RadishThe radish on the right is typical of what you find at the supermarket. The radish on the Left was fed with Be-1 and has double the girth, much better tasting, and much sweeter. June, 2007rok-vegetables