Radishes are a great crop. They grow fast and are—simply—easy to grow. Even children can enjoy planting and harvesting them!
You can start planting radishes in early spring; however, avoid doing so in hot weather. Seeds need to be planted sparingly—and in rows—yet the soil must be packed firmly over each row. There should be six to twelve inches between each row.
Make sure your radishes are kept in moist soil. Continuously keep the area your radishes are growing in free of weeds. Additionally, protect them from insects if you can. Seeds will begin sprouting within seven to fourteen days. You can begin harvesting when your radishes are young.
Here are some radish recipes: