Radish Warta 2000 Seeds

Radish Warta 2000 Seeds

SKU: Raphanus sativus
$2.99
Availability: 62 left in stock
Warta radish is a variety with a very short vegetation period, which lasts about 25 days. Recommended for cultivation under covers for spring and late autumn harvest, it is also suitable for harvesting in late...

Warta radish is a variety with a very short vegetation period, which lasts about 25 days. Recommended for cultivation under covers for spring and late autumn harvest, it is also suitable for harvesting in late spring. A very fertile variety that stands out against disease.Latin name: Raphanus sativusLife form: AnnualRoot: Warta radish forms a semi-long thickening 4-5 cm long and 1.5-2 cm in diameter. Very attractive stained beads are crimson-red with a white tip. Under the smooth skin there is a white flesh with a delicate taste, which does not tend to parc and cracking.Sowing and yielding dates: The seeds offered in our store are placed on the tape, thanks to which sowing is very simple and fast. We place the tapes on the flower beds in the garden from March to May or in September. Seeds of radish are sown from the end of January to the end of March. The collection of crunchy lumps is possible about a month after sowing, i.e. from March to June or from September to October.Position: Radish is not a very demanding plant. We grow it in a sunny place and on fertile, well-drained and moderately moist soil. We grow this vegetable a year after manure.Spacing: Strips with seeds are recommended to be spaced at 10-20 cm intervals, because the seeds have been placed on them at optimal intervals, we do not have to interrupt the seedlings.Frost resistance: Radish tolerates short-term frosts well.Application: Crunchy and delicate in taste, elongated radish will be a tasty and healthy snack. It will provide us with vitamin C, iron and calcium, or what it is low in calories. A slightly spicy vegetable will add flavor and color to many dishes, it can be used for sandwiches, salads, as an addition to cottage cheese, sandwich spreads and eggs.

10 grams or around 2000 seeds