(and several other varieties)
Tips on Growing Radish Microgreen
Radish microgreens may be grown either in soil or as a hydroponic plant. Most growers prefer in soil for more advantages.
Radish seeds are tiny can be spread evenly on the surface of the soil for a good growth density.
Let the seeds germinate, root and grow before exposing them to the light around day 3. The use of either sunshine or artificial light does not matter much as long as the plant receives enough light.
Microgreens are not to be treated with fungicides or other treatment chemicals when being grown.
The window of time to harvest radish microgreens is limited. They must also be consumed while they are at the microgreen stage. Harvest the microgreens when they are 2.5” to 3” tall.