Organic Miyashige Daikon Radish Seeds

  • USDA Organic

Raphanus sativus

Crisp, mild flavored, long, white traditional Japanese daikon radishes that are ideal for pickling, fermenting or storage. For best results, sow in late summer for fall harvest.

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Plant Size : 14 -16 inch root

Hardiness : Hardy Annual

Sun : Full/Partial

Seed Planting Depth : 0.5"

Days to Harvest : 50 days

Good For Container : N/A

Heirloom size: Heirloom (Open Pollinated)

Easy to Grow: -

Water: Moderate

Days to Germination: 4 - 8 Days

Plant spacing with in a row: 4" - 6"

Edible Flower : Yes

Grow Guide Conditions:

Radishes are a cool or moderate climate crop susceptible to bolting (going to seed) in long days or high temperatures. They are best grown on light, fertile soils with a pH of 6.0–6.8. They are tolerant of a broad range of soils, but heavy soils may produce misshapen, hairy roots. Keep evenly moist for best quality roots.

Grow Guide Seed:

Radishes are direct seeded and do not transplant well. Direct seed beginning around the last spring frost date and every two weeks until hot weather sets in. Seed again when cool fall weather returns. Plant 1-2 seeds per inch, ½ inch deep, in rows 8-12 inches apart. Thin to 2 inches apart. Keep evenly moist throughout their short growing period.

Grow Guide Pests:

Practice 2–4 year crop rotations with all Brassicaceae species. Cover plants with floating row covers to prevent flea beetle damage to tops.

Grow Guide Harvest:

Harvest when roots reach full size (1-2 inches in diameter), but before they split or become pithy. A light irrigation the day prior to harvest may improve ease of pulling roots. Radishes will keep in the refrigerator about a week.
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