Raphanus sativus var. sativa
This is your classic radish. It has a crisp, ball-round root. It is a bit spicy, but not very sharp. It can be planted and harvested early.
|Portion||10 g||100 g|
|Content in grams||2.31||10.00||100.00|
|Content in seeds||333.00||0.00||14,430.00|
|Content in m2||1.00||0.00||43.00|
|Family||crucifer, cabbage family|
|Thousand-seeds weight (TKW)||6.9 grams|
|Seeds per gram||144.3|
Sow from March to April and from August to September in rows 10 cm apart. Ensure consistent moisture and keep soil loose. Elder leaf mulch helps repel flea beetles. Harvest continuously. Radishes do great intercropped with other vegetables.
|Sowing quantity 250 g/Are|