Costs continue to drive the market price of Wasabia japonica up. This coupled with growing requirements and a degrading environment means costs will continue to increase. Decreased number of growers and increased production costs are not helping either.
98% of crops destroyed. Read more here and how to reduce risk.
A couple of newspapers in Northern Ireland have announced that a wasabi farm has been set up in County Armagh.There is no indication from the reports how many wasabi plants are on the farm and there are several statements in the reports that do not make any sense. Below is one of the photos that appeared with […]
Time constraints exist for setting up Wasabi farms that can’t easily be changed. Minimum of two years before harvest. Find out what they are & plan for them. (Members only). Join the Wasabi Growers Club now and get the real information on growing Wasabia japonica.
The other day I was asked how deep does the rabbit hole go in terms of money you could spend on setting up a Wasabi Farm.
While this was a very good question, there is not really a very good and concise answer. Each Wasabi Farm is different in that the environment, weather, seasonal changes, etc., all make a significant difference to the monetary costs of setting a Wasabi Farm up.
The equipment and materials needed for whatever method you decide to use are different and the costs of these depend on your local suppliers.
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