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Round Rads seed bag in a mixture

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Break with the monotony and sow these two varieties (50% radishes Gaudry 2 and 50% Radis Rond Scarlet Jolly) at the same time, you will get a nice mixture of round, scarlet and bicolor radishes. The radish is delicious cut into thin strips in salads, or sliced with salt and butter.

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Break with the monotony and sow these two varieties (50% radishes Gaudry 2 and 50% Radis Rond Scarlet Jolly) at the same time, you will get a nice mixture of round, scarlet and bicolor radishes. The radish is delicious cut into thin strips in salads, or sliced with salt and butter.

Culinary tip:

The radish is delicious cut into thin strips in salads, or sliced with salt and butter.

Soil tip:

For longer harvests, space your 15-day seedlings. This radish is edgy on the surface and prefers a semi-shaded exposure.

Culture advice:

1. Sows: Sow under cover from January to March in lines 15 cm apart and lightly pack the ground.
2. Thinning: At the 3-4-leaf stage, thin the smallest plants to leave only one radish every 5 to 7 cm.
3. Harvest: Harvest 4 to 5 weeks after sowing. For a seedling in the middle of a homeless land, sow from April to September.

Plants:

Round radish likes the proximity of lettuce because when they intersperse their seedlings, the radishes will grow in the shade and the lettuces will not be too tight.

Bag with 10g seeds

Performance:

10x3 m

The stages of sowing:

Technical fact sheet

Vegetable seeds
Radishes
sowing date
July, September, February, April, June, August, January, March, May
Harvest date/flowering
March, May, April
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