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Japanese Minowase (Daikon) Radish Heirloom Seed

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Japanese Minowase (Daikon) Radish Heirloom Seed

**Product Description:**

Welcome to Todd's Seeds, where we offer a wide range of premium heirloom seeds for your gardening pleasure. Our Japanese Minowase (Daikon) Radish Heirloom Seeds bring a taste of Japan to your garden, providing you with daikon radishes known for their long, white roots and mild, crisp texture. Whether you're an experienced gardener or just starting, these seeds will add a unique and versatile ingredient to your culinary repertoire.

**Planting Instructions:**

- **Soil Preparation:** Choose well-drained, loose soil with good fertility. Daikon radishes thrive in soil with a pH level of 5.5-7.0.

- **Planting Time:** Sow Japanese Minowase Radish seeds directly in your garden as soon as the soil can be worked in the spring or in the late summer for a fall crop.

- **Sowing:** Plant seeds ½ inch deep and about 2 inches apart in rows, leaving 12-18 inches between rows to accommodate the elongated roots.

- **Sunlight:** Japanese Minowase Radishes prefer full sun but can tolerate some shade.

- **Watering:** Keep the soil consistently moist, especially during the growing season. Adequate moisture is crucial for root development.

- **Thinning:** Once the seedlings are a few inches tall, thin them to 6-8 inches apart to allow enough room for proper root growth.

- **Successive Planting:** For a continuous harvest, sow daikon radish seeds every 2-3 weeks.


Japanese Minowase (Daikon) Radishes are typically ready for harvest in 50-60 days from planting. You can harvest them when they reach the desired size, usually about 12-18 inches in length and 2 inches in diameter. Simply pull them from the ground, and enjoy their mild, crisp, and slightly sweet flavor.

**Versatile Uses:**

Daikon radishes are a versatile ingredient in Asian cuisine. They can be sliced into salads, pickled for a tangy side dish, added to stir-fries for a crunchy element, or used to make delicious radish cakes. Their mild flavor and crisp texture make them a favorite in many dishes.

**Todd's Seeds Guarantee:**

At Todd's Seeds, we are committed to providing you with the highest quality heirloom seeds. Our Japanese Minowase (Daikon) Radish Heirloom Seeds are non-GMO and carefully selected to ensure optimal germination and growth. Start your gardening journey with Todd's Seeds, and experience the joy of growing your own Japanese Minowase Radishes, right in your backyard or garden. Happy gardening and happy cooking!



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  • 5
    Two Minutes

    Posted by Walter Kostrikin on 21st Dec 2021

    Yeah, Todd, I've got two minutes. But have you got 6 months? I bought the seed to sow as an overwintering cover crop, not to sprout. And delivery was great! Bought seed from several other outlets, and though yours was the last order put in, it was the first to arrive. And the seed looks great, as well. But if want a thorough review, give me a chance to follow up on how well the seed does in the ground, which should be at least six months from now. If the result looks half as good as what's pictured, I'll be as pleased as punch. Thanks.

  • 5
    Daikon Radish

    Posted by Therese Kuiper on 28th May 2019

    These seeds produce a wonderful and lush microgreen.

  • 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.

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