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Radish Seeds - Green Daikon

Weight: 100g
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Green Radish Seeds for sprouting

Green radish seeds are best sprouted in a mix with other sprout seeds. This is because on their own, radish sprouts can be very spicy and overpowering. Alfalfa, broccoli and red clover are all good candidates when creating a spicy radish blend. You could even sprout all 4 of these varieties together.

When sprouting radish seeds, at day 3 or 4 you may notice some white 'furriness' or fuzz on your radish sprouts. No need to worry! This is perfectly normal and is not mould. Happy sprouting!

Our radish seeds can also be grown to full maturity. 

Seed Specifications:

Seed - Green Radish

Scientific nameRaphanus sativus

Category - Sprouting Seeds, full maturity

Germination - 95%

Origin - Australian Grown 

Non GMO seeds with no chemical treatment

How to grow radish sprouts?

Radish sprouts are incredibly spicy on their own. We recommend you sprout them as a mix. 

Here’s what you need to do: 

  1. Add 2 tbsp of red clover seeds and 1 tsp of green radish seeds together.
  2. Rinse them and place in glass sprouter.
  3. Add ½ cup of water and soak seeds for 2-4 hours.
  4. Drain the seeds and leave to drain for 4 hours.
  5. 2-3 times a day rinse and drain red clover and green radish seeds.
  6. Continue step 5 until red clover and radish sprouts are ready to harvest.


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