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Product Number: W482

Minowase Daikon Radish (Heirloom, 55 days)

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Germ 5-7 days
Heirloom
A milder daikon that tolerates heat quite well, it is intended for late-spring sowing to grow and harvest through the summer. 8-12” roots can be 1 1/2”-2” in diameter, with nice white flesh. Tends to grow up out of the ground 2”-3” as it matures, developing green shoulders. A popular Japanese variety, it is crisp, juicy and hot. Great for pickling, cooking or eating raw. 150 seeds

PLANTING:

Outdoors- Sow 1/2” deep, 1/2 -1” apart in early spring. Thin to 1-2’ apart, soon after they emerge

Harvest- 3-4 weeks after planting at 1” in diameter, pull them promptly as they rapidly decline becoming tough and pithy

Tips- They need rapid growth for optimum results, provided by fertile soil and consistent moisture. For continuous harvest make successive planting every 7-10 days when weather is still cool.

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01/22/2018
Nancy S.
United States

Daikin radish

I planted 2 crops, Spring and Fall. Both turned out well. I didn't harvest the last of the fall radishes before the really cold weather, so when it warms again, I shall see if they made it. They were still robust plants after lighter freezes.

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01/22/2018
Nancy S.
United States

Daikin radish

I planted 2 crops, Spring and Fall. Both turned out well. I didn't harvest the last of the fall radishes before the really cold weather, so when it warms again, I shall see if they made it. They were still robust plants after lighter freezes.

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11/25/2016
George

Easy to grow

I grew these at our community garden in Tiverton, RI. and was quite pleased. I'm pretty sure more than 95% of the seeds produced.These radishes grew well in the raised beds. They were mild and had a very "clean" taste. The greens get big and everyone would stop and look as these were growing.

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