SOWING TIME : Suitable For May To December Sowing.
ROOT CHARACTER : Round In Shape And Red In Colour With White Flesh
MATURITY : After 30-35 Days From Sowing.
The red round Radish is not as pungent or bitter as the white slender and tapering ones. They were grown mostly in mainland China and other parts of Southeast Asia in the pre-historic times dating back to the 3rd century. Radishes were also commonly found in Greek and Roman lands.
Radishes are a great crop to grow because of their sturdiness and pest-resisting strains. In fact, the Latinized name, of the genus, Raphanus, is a derivative of the Greek expression raphanos which means easily reared. They taste great and spike the flavor of any dish or salad with their unique spicy selves. Round radishes are extremely potent as nutrient-providers and supply a healthy dose of vitamins, minerals, and fiber to the system. If you are considering a detoxifying cleanse for your body then Radish can be the vegetable to rely on. From constipation to respiratory disorders, Radishes can prove extremely useful in a range of diseased conditions. Consumption of raw radishes everyday also results in well-nourished and glowing skin. Radish also improves the health of hair, dramatically. You can eat the Red round radishes raw, cooked, or steamed.
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Soil should be mixed with well rotten Cow dung. Sow at least 2-3 seeds in 6 inches raised rows at distance of 1.0 feet between row to row and 3 inches feet between plant to plant. Water it immediately and then water as per requirement. After germination, keep only one plant at one place and remove all other plants just after germination. Harvest after 30-35 days.