I am not a big fan of radishes either. But, I read recently that you can use radishes as a "trap crop" and trick bugs by interplanting radishes with brocolli. Instead of the bugs eating your brocolli, they will eat the radishes instead. A small sacrifice in my opinion.Congrats on the bountiful harvest!Tess
i love radishes. If they get plenty of water they aren't so hot. I grow big white radishes and pickle them. So wonderful! Slice them up like thin french fries and find a simple sweet pickle recipe made with rice vinegar. They're excellent with Asian foods. Add thin strips of carrots to make it colorful if you like.
I did not know that Radishes had a seed pod. Wow I thought the squierrels transplanted "stealth peas" in my garden. I'll save the seeds and plant them in my sunroom and save them for next year.
That looks absolutely amazing!!!
Wow what an amazing harvest. I don't like radishes either but I read that if you like horse radish you can substitute hot radishes and process in the blender with mayo for a great pink hot sauce good on any kind of meat.
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