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DID YOU and weed free and all should be well. If pests strike, choose an organic or natural pesticide without chemicals Radishes may also sometimes develop without roots. The reason for this in winter could be too little sunlight, since a few hours of direct sunlight is needed for the roots to grow. In summer very hot weather could cause the plant to bolt. If plants haven't been thinned out after sprouting, root development may also radishes are the ultimate slimming vegetable, because they contain e 1 small bag radishes, finely sliced 2 small heads white cabbage potassium, and almost no calories they can banish hunger pangs you can remove radish's bite by roasting or baking them as you do 2 small heads red cabbage shredded 1 bunch chives or spring oniorn Radishes make an ideal child's first garden, as they are so easy to grow and they germinate so quickly eaves only), finely choppe 2 chillies, finely chopped (optional) e 1 large bunch coriander can be planted all year; in frost areas, plant the seeds about three weeks before the first anticipated frost. Firm garden and grow well beside: cress the soil and spray with water. Keep the lettuce, leeks, spinach, strawberries soil moist during germination - and weed free. Radish seeds will germinate cucumber, beans, peas, rocket, within three to seven days COMPANION PLANTS Radishes have many friends in the . Salt and black pepper to taste Methed 1. Toss together the salad ingredients 2 Add the dressing and toss tomatoes, catnip, nasturtium mustard greens and pak choi. However, radishes don't do well until the salad ingredients are evenly covered To have a continuous supply of radishes, plant more seeds every two weeks. Water regularly as to be plump the radishes need to grow quickly rregular watering may cause the 3. Serve as a delicious side dish to growing close to gherkins or hyssop. POTTED RADISHES Use fast draining potting soil, with some added compost, for your potted radishes. The plants do extremely well in containers and window boxes CHOICE GROWING CONDITIONS For spring and autumn sowings, radishes prefer sunny conditions, but dappled shade is best for summer sowings with mulch to keep the roots cool so the plants don't wilt. In winter, radishes want full sun. If that's not possible, grow the radishes in a container that can be moved into full sun. In winter, the cold temperatures produce more peppery radishes too. HARVESTING Radishes are ready for pulling in three to five weeks, making them one of the fastest-growing crops in the garden. They are ready to harvest as soon as their root tops start showing through the soil. Don't leave them in the ground any longer than necessary or they will go woody and pungent days. Of course, eating them fresh from the garden is best of all Since radishes grow so fast, they generally don't spend enough time in the ground for pests to attack. Aphids may be a problem if the radishes become stressed, so keep them damp COLLECTING SEEDS When the pods are dry, you can rub If you plan to store your radishes, cut off the tops before putting them in the them to release the seeds which can be fridge. Or put them in the fridge in a jug of water - tops on for two or three in a glass jar. EB stored for up to five years. Keep them HISTORY The popular radish's history is obscure. First thought to be from the Mediterranean, wild varieties have been found in India and central Asia. Radishes were also cultivated in Egypt around 7 000 BC for seed oil, in China around 500 BC and in Japan in about 700 BC. It was also one of the first crops brought to America by Europeans. More recently, in 1902, Peter Rabbit ate radishes too-or so claimed Beatrix Potter BENEFITS|45

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