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Miyashige Radish

Miyashige radish

Miyashige radish

Miyashige radish

Miyashige radish

For a daikon stunner, try the large white Miyashige radish. This winter radish takes up to 60 days from seed to harvest, but it can be stored for eight weeks or more over the winter. This variety is frost-tolerant so you can sow mid-summer for a fall crop without worry. Miyashige radishes taste slightly spicy and grow 12 to 18 inches long and 2 to 3 inches wide.

Days to maturity

  • 60 days

Sun Exposure

  • Full sun in spring/fall and partial/full shade in summer

Soil pH

  • 5.8 to 6.8

Hardiness Zones

  • Zones 2 to 9 (shade cloth may be needed in higher zones)

Spacing

  • Plants: 6 inches apart
  • Rows: 12 to 18 inches apart

Moisture

  • 1 inch per week

Notes

  • Don’t attempt to grow in containers or sow indoors
  • Harvest when leaves are 12 to 18 inches long
  • Germinate in soil that is 65 to 85 degrees F

Have you ever grown Miyashige radishes? Please tell us about your experiences.

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