This is the last lesson in this course and now is the time to make a decision of some sort.
Do you want to carry on and get more details about setting up a wasabi farm, or is the whole thing getting to the “too hard” stage?
You can see from the previous lessons that the market is demanding more and more wasabi and yet the supply is dwindling as people retire and farms get converted. This is a typical glut / shortage cycle of the supply and demand curve. In this case though the time in setting up and growing of the wasabi crop makes the decision to set up a wasabi farm only known further into the future.
Now the decision you must make is twofold;
1. Do you want to become a wasabi farmer? Yes or No.
2. If yes, then do you want to do it by yourself or with our help?
3. If you want to do things by yourself we have information for purchase that you will find useful. These products are available on an as-required basis when you become a member of the Wasabi Growers Club.
4. If you want our help then we have other membership groups available which will suit your particular requirements. A list of our current training modules can be found here.
As a final part of this course I have put together a short quiz with regard to the information we have provided. Do we need to improve anything, are others not required?
There’s always a choice, and there’s always a risk. But if you live in fear of what might go wrong, you’ll end up doing nothing.
Thank you for getting to the end of our Free Commercial Wasabi Growers Introduction Course. Hopefully, you have found it of use and it has inspired you to become one of the very few wasabi growers. Whatever the decision that you make, I wish you and yours the very best for the future.