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«Sora» - Organic Radish Seeds

«Sora» - Organic Radish Seeds

1.14 €
This is the time-honored red radish that we all know and love. Sora radishes grow to be about 6' tall and have uniformly round roots with a thin, bright red skin and white flesh. They are quite tolerant to hot and dry weather and are able to thrive.

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  • Manufacturer country: Ukraine
  • Product code: 5695-2
  • Available: a lot of
  • Germination: 90%
  • Unit: Seeds
  • Seeds per gram: ≈ 80.00
  • Crop year / Production date: 2017
  • Shelf life: 5 years
  • Organic Radish «Sora»

    This is the time-honored red radish that we all know and love. Sora radishes grow to be about 6' tall and have uniformly round roots with a thin, bright red skin and white flesh.

    They are quite tolerant to hot and dry weather and are able to thrive with limited care whether they are planted in spring, summer or fall. These classics can grow quite large without getting spongy or losing their tenderness or crispiness. Ideally, radishes should be harvested before they flower for optimum taste. The delightful flavor of these beauties combines a medium heat with a succulent texture that keeps this people coming back for more.
     

    How to Grow

    Radishes are cool-season vegetables that produce the smaller, sweeter vegetables in spring. There are early season and late season varieties of radish. Start the late season radishes in late summer to early fall for a crop of larger, more pungent globes. Radish seed germination does not require any special pre-treatment and will occur when the seeds are sown on top of the soil or with just a dusting of cover.

    Container gardening radishes requires a wide gallon pot and well-drained soil with rich organic amendments. Use a vegetable starter mix, or make your own with a combination of compost and peat mixed with a small amount of sand or other grit. Mix in a vegetable fertilizer before planting to jump start root growth after radish seed germination. Ensure that the pot you choose has a good drainage hole and use unglazed pots that encourage evaporation of excess moisture. If you use a saucer, make sure it is not filled with water constantly.