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Champion Radish Seeds


Champion Radish Seeds

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Raphanus sativus
-Item #V-2615 | 400 Seeds


26 Days to Maturity

aaslogo.jpgAAS Winner. Champion Radish Seeds will produce extra large radishes with deep red roots with a small tap root, that stay mild without becoming pithy. This vigorous variety is deep-round, bright red and slow to bolt. From the time they first reach edible size until they grow large, the roots stay mild, firm and delicious without a trace of pithiness. Remain crisp, juicy and tender even when they have reached the size of a silver dollar.Grow extra-early and late plantings for tasty radishes all season. 400 seeds per pkg.


Vegetable Garden – Tips on Growing Radishes From Seeds


Growing radishes are easy to grow key factor is to grow them fast and harvest them fast. Radishes are sensitive to any changes in their growth. They want cool, moist soil with organic matter, with a pH of about 6.5 and an available supply of nutrients. Radishes are at their best for a short time; as if they are left in the ground longer than they should be, they will be bitter and a pithy texture.





  • ½” deep
  • Soil Temperature 45º-90ºF (7-32º)C.
  • Days to Germination 4-15
  • Not recommended for Indoor Sowing
  • Sow outdoors in cool conditions, in early spring and or early fall, for warmer climates winter is acceptable.



  • pH range of 6 – 7
  • Soil Temperature-62-67ºF
  • Watering- Moderate to heavy
  • Spacing –For smaller types sow 1” apart, for larger types sow 2” apart, then thin to 4-6”.
  • Light- Provide full sun, but will tolerate partial shade in trade for smaller yields.
  • Nutrients-N=low, P=low, K=low.


Rotation Considerations:

Precede with a legume cover crop.

  • Good companions: Radishes are beans, beet, carrots, nasturtium, parsnip, peas and spinach.
  • Bad companions: Fennel


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