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Experimental planting of field wasabi (forest wasabi)

Sawasabi" and "hata wasabi (forest wasabi)," which are cultivated in wasabi fields with clear streams and in fields and forests, respectively, are native to Japan and grow wild in the mountains and fields from Hokkaido to Kyushu.

Experimental planting of field wasabi (forest wasabi)

Conditions for growing field horseradish are difficult and are greatly affected by light levels, climate, and the flow of clear streams, but cultivation of field horseradish can be done in abandoned fields and cedar groves, and is expected to make effective use of forest land.

In addition, the leaves and stems of field horseradish also have components found in green manure plants, so it could be used effectively as a landscaping material.

However, in recent years, the shortage of bearers due to the aging of producers is becoming more serious. 

Although we often hear the term "lack of bearers," there are actually many people who want to learn traditional techniques and knowledge and pass them on to the present generation, but it has become clear that there are various problems between those who are currently in charge and those who want to take over.

There are some who think that there is no need for them to take over, and there are many cases where things have fallen into disrepair as they are, and it can take a long time to find people who want to take over and teach them. 

I think that many mechanisms are needed to reincorporate what our predecessors have done into the "natural" habits of people today, but in fact, I think that a very simple approach is also


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