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Old January 25, 2018   #46
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Yes, pick them as soon as they get plump.

I once tried the "rat tail" radish that is supposed to be for pod production, but they were terribly tough. Regular radishes did much better.

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Old January 25, 2018   #47
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These Daikon Tillage radishes are for a winter cover crop that is left to rot in the ground.The holes left after they are gone helps the soil warm and drain faster.That's the way it's supposed to work for a no till garden.I'll know if that's true in a few months.
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