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Are daikon and radish compatible


I’m generally a teapot in gardening, but it so happened that I inherited a small plot and I wanted to plant a little bit of it on it, including daikon and radish. But I don’t know if they can be planted together, how compatible they are. What can you plant with these crops?

Answers:

Daikon and radish get along well together. However, it must be borne in mind that daikon, like radishes, must be sown as early as possible in spring to avoid a long daylight hours. At this time, the plants will very quickly proceed to flowering and the root crop will not work.

Summer sowing is carried out in the second half of July, when the day is already getting shorter. Daikon summer crops are used for winter storage.