Radish Seeds

One of the quickest and easiest vegetables to grow. They make great row markers for later sprouting crops and the tops are a delicious spiciness to your favourite salad. Radishes perform their best in cooler spring soils when
growth is quick and steady. Early, warm temperatures will cause them to bold to seed quickly with no crop produced.

How to Grow: Sow early varieties in a sunny site as soon as the ground is workable in the spring. Winter radishes are generally sown in mid-summer. Sow seed every two weeks 12 mm (1/2”) deep and about 2.5 cm (1”) apart in rows about 30 cm (12”) apart. Regular watering is essential for best flavour and root development. Protect early summer crops with a row cover open at both end to help reduce/deflect the heat. Harvesting: Pick in 3-4 weeks when the roots have reached the size of a large marble.

One packet sows approximately 6 m (20’) of row.

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