Vra 5050 daikon radish 06 web
Days To Maturity : 65
Germination Days : 7-14
Planting Depth : 1/4
Seed Code : C
Seeds Per Packet : 350
Spacing : 6
When To Plant : Spring
When To Plant : Fall
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All Seasons (Tokinash... VRA-5050



All Seasons, Tokinashi.

Juicy, crunchy long white roots for raw eating, cooking, and pickles. Excellent pickled.

Daikon is a fall crop, overwintering in zone 7. Can be grown in spring below 40 latitude.

Very easy to grow if you plant in August or later.
Excellent for opening up a heavy soil, unfazed by clay. Can share a bed with garlic or leeks. BOTANICAL NAME: Raphanus sativus var. longipinnatus


Start as early as ground can be worked. Plant seeds 6" apart or broadcast carefully, covering with ¼" of fine soil firmly pressed down. Matures in 8-12 weeks. Be sure to keep growing continuously, and harvest when crowns are 1" or more in diameter. Will not do well under drought conditions, stagger planting for continuous harvest. Root may grow over 1' long. GROW BIOINTENSIVE® CULTURAL INFORMATION: All/Matures 3-9/Harvest 0-1/Yield 100-540/Spacing 6" ADDITIONAL INFORMATION : Tolerates winter cold and stores well Harvest when crowns are 1" or more in diameter. Carefully remove them with a fork - as radishes are brittle. Cut tops 2" above the crowns, wash and refrigerate. Ideally store the roots at 32F and 95% humidity where they can be stored for 6-10 weeks.
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Tokinashi Radish Rocks!
on 05/03/13 by Liam in OR

Very easy to grow, tolerant of clay soils, prolific and almost carefree. All parts are edible when the plant is young, one to three months, after the third month the top greens become a little too tough for my taste. The chopped up greens and roots of young plants are wonderful in miso soup. The mature root is still fine to shred for salads, tsukemono, kimchee, soups, stirfrys, stews, baking, etc,...