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Japanese Minowase (Daikon) Radish Heirloom Seed

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Product Overview


Popular old Japanese favorite; the giant white roots grow to 24 inches long and 3 inches wide. Sweet and very crisp, this radish is a delight pickled, stir-fried, steamed or raw.


Great for Sprouting and Microgreens!



1 Packet: 10g

1 Gram ~ 20-25 seeds

1 Pound ~ 50,000 seeds



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  • 5
    Daikon Radish

    Posted by Therese Kuiper on 28th May 2019

    These seeds produce a wonderful and lush microgreen.

  • 2
    Disappointing Microgreens

    Posted by Amy on 6th Oct 2018

    I've ordered the daikon radish from various vendors and always it makes a thick crop of microgreens. These did not - they do germinate, but then almost half don't come up right away, then about a quarter of those come up a bit more slowly. By the time the first group is ready, that's all you get. Some more do straggle up later so you can get a small second cutting. I've never had this happen with this type of seed. I contacted Todds but they only guarantee that they germinate, which I understand, so much can be variable after that. I had no "different" conditions than usual, so I just will stick to my other vendors for these seeds.

  • 5
    Great Radish as recommended to pair with Broccoli sprouts for sprouting

    Posted by Connie on 25th Aug 2017

    This is an excellent radish for sprouting. It pairs great with broccoli sprouts. It was suggested by scientist, Dr. Jed Fahey for greater health benefits.

  • 5
    Japnese Minawasi

    Posted by Todd's Seeds Lover on 13th Apr 2016

    The seeds look great but I haven't planted any yet but will in about 1 month. The packaging looked great

  • 5
    Great Seed

    Posted by Dutch on 3rd Jun 2015

    These seeds are packaged really well. Dropped them in the ground and 3 days later we had seedlings. Can't wait for them to mature.