Radish Seeds - French Breakfast
HOW TO GROW FROM SEEDS
For the best growth of French Breakfast Radish chooses a place that gets sun most of the day and that has loose, friable soil with plenty of organic material mixed in. Plant French breakfast radish seeds about 2-4 cm deep, and 2cm apart. Once the radishes have sprouted and it may take often in a week or less, keep an eye on them and thin the sprouting plants so there’s enough room for them to grow. The best time to sow is March to August. Now let's know how to care once the French Breakfast Radish Seeds have started to germinate.
CARE AFTER GERMINATION
For growing French breakfast radishes successfully in the home garden make sure to supply plenty of moisture. Almost all kinds of Radishes need this. The rapidly growing roots of French Breakfast Radish do best when they don’t have alternating periods of drought and flood. But even overwatering can drain away and not pool up and cause rot. But when it is too hot water the plants regularly. This is a vigorous and fast-maturing crop.
HEALTH BENEFITS OF THIS VEGETABLES
The tops and roots of French Breakfast Radish are good for nutrition. When rinsed, it can be used for soups and salads, or in sandwiches. French breakfast radish has the bright green tops that are the best to be cooked. These leafy greens are good when steamed or braised. The vitamin content in this vegetable is high and there’s a lot of healthy dietary fiber.
Note: Information provided for guidance only, as cultural practices and climatic circumstances vary.
- Product type: French Breakfast Radish
- Seeds per pack: 400 Seeds
- Feature: Fast Growing
- Soil: Fertile
- Sowing time: Good in March to August
- Ireland & Northern Ireland: Orders placed before 4 p.m. will be delivered the next day, otherwise usually 2 Working days.
- Rest of the World : 3-11 Working Days
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