Radish Green Round - Vegetable Seeds

Radish is an herbaceous annual or biennial plant grown from seeds for its edible taproot.

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Description for Radish Green Round

Radish is generally grown as an annual plant, surviving only one growing season and can reach 20–100 cm (8–39 in) in height depending on the variety. it is a fast-growing cool-season vegetable that grows very well in cool moist climates

Common name(s): Muli and Mulangi
Flower colours: White-Pink
Bloom time: Spring
Max reacahble height: 8-39 inches
Difficulty to grow:: Easy to grow.

Planting and care

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Sunlight: Full sun to partial shade.
Soil: Requires well-drained and loose soil with high organic matter and free from stones.
Water: Moderately
Temperature: 15-25 Degrees C
Fertilizer: Apply any organic fertilizer during the growing season.

Caring for Radish Green Round

    Radishes will go to seed if planted during summer months, due to longer days, so keep them covered in the summer, and make sure that they are watered evenly.

Harvesting

Spring.

Typical uses of Radish Green Round

Special features:

Culinary use: The radish root can be eaten fresh in salads or cooked with other ingredients such as meat. The leaves of the plant are also edible and can be used as a salad green.

Medicinal use: Radish is used for stomach and intestinal disorders, bile duct problems, loss of appetite, pain, and swelling (inflammation) of the mouth and throat, the tendency towards infections, inflammation or excessive mucus of the respiratory tract, bronchitis, fever, colds, and cough.

References

  • https://plantvillage.psu.edu/topics/radish/infos
  • https://homeguides.sfgate.com/radish-plant-growing-cycle-37730.html