Saitaro Daikon Radish

New! 70 days. Saitaro produces 9”- to 12”-long, 1½”- to 2”-wide, blunt-tipped white roots with pale green shoulders. Its crunchy fresh texture and spicy bite turn silky smooth when cooked. (F1.)

One packet of about 200 seeds

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  • Daikon, Japanese for Radish, tends to grow larger and have a slightly hotter taste than their European-bred siblings. Daikon prefers cool weather to grow and is best seeded in early fall. As these Radishes grow, hill up the soil around them and keep the soil evenly (but not overly) moist and well-seeded.

    Average seed life: 3 years.
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Daikon, Japanese for Radish, tends to grow larger and have a slightly hotter taste than their European-bred siblings. Daikon prefers cool weather to grow and is best seeded in early fall. As these Radishes grow, hill up the soil around them and keep the soil evenly (but not overly) moist and well-seeded.

Average seed life: 3 years.
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