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Organic Non-GMO Radish Seeds::Organic D'Avignon Radish

Organic D'Avignon Radish  Organic Non-GMO D'avignon Radish - HEIRLOOM

The traditional French Breakfast radish with rose-pink roots and mild flavor. Long cylindrical pink roots with bright white tips are eye-catching at early farmers markets. Vigorous and fast-growing, performing best in rich soil. Excellent for spring and fall crops of delicious mild roots. Originally from the South of France where they are traditionally eaten fresh with butter. Fresh market specialty · 3-4" roots. (Raphanus sativus)

Days to maturity: 21 days

Important Notice to Washington State Growers and Gardeners: Due to a WSDA Crucifer Quarantine, shipments of certain seeds to Washington State will be delayed. Crop types impacted include: broccoli, cauliflower, collards, kale, mustard, radish, kohlrabi, turnips, arugula and certain greens mixes which include these crops. This only pertains to sizes greater than 1/2 oz. For varieties sold by count, please refer to our planting chart for seeds per pound.
SKU Description Our price
2846A 1/16 OZ $2.75
2846B 1/4 OZ $6.25
2846C 1 OZ $10.30
2846D 1/4 LB $19.80
2846L001 1 LB $65.00
2846L005 5 LB $300.00 $60.00/LB
2846L025 25 LB $1414.00 56.00/LB

Unit Size
Radish Comparison Chart
Item Code Variety Name Color Type DTM Shape Length Standout Characteristics
2874 Celesta F1 red garden 25 round 1.5" first organically available hybrid radish, vigorous, uniform, bolt-resistant, split resistant, nice and strong foliage, crunchy, juicy, good for all season growing
2846 D'Avignon white/pink garden 21 oblong 3-4" heirloom. long cylindrical pink roots with white tips. Vigorous and fast-growing, great for markets, mild flesh is delicious raw with butter
2850 Cherry Belle red garden 25 round 1.5" classic, smooth uniform red roots. less subject to pithiness
2863 Purple Plum purple garden 25 round/oval 1.5" texture is crisp and juicy, firm flesh holds well in field, crack-resistant, hardy, adaptable
2873 Rudolf red garden 25 round 1.5" vigorous, uniform, crisp, resistant to cracking and pithiness, short foliage, good for winter and spring production
2875 Valentine's Day Blend red/pink/purple/white garden 25 mix varies a fun and well-balanced mix, great as a gift
2860 French Breakfast white/pink garden 26 oblong 2" cylindrical pink roots with white tips and good spiciness. can become pithy if harvested late
2870 Pink Beauty pink garden 27 round/oval 1.5" uniform round pink roots with distinctive fresh flavor, highly resistant to pithiness
2866 White Icicle white garden 27 long 3-4" slender and pointed roots, mild flavor, crunch, smooth tops are good as salad greens
2865 White Beauty white garden 30 round 1.5" perfectly round white roots with strong tops for bunching, best grown in spring or fall
2861 Ostergruss magenta garden 30-35 carrot 5-6" unusual carrot-shaped magenta roots with spicy white interior. Excellent for bunching, fast growing and holds well in spring or fall
2848 Schwarzer Runder black/white fall/winter 45-50 round 2.5-3" round roots with coarse, jet black skin and pure bright white flesh. Rich spicy flavor excellent for crudite. Fall crop; stores exceptionally well
2862 Miyashige  Daikon white fall/winter 50 long 12-16" 2-6#, crisp and tender, suitable for pickling/fermenting/storage, best for fall production
2847 Watermelon white/pink fall/winter 60 round 2.5-3" Chinese ball-shaped radish, crisp, mildly sweet, excellent for salads/cooked/garnish, best grown in fall

Organic Radishes - Growing and Seed Saving Info

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Types of  Radishes
Radishes (Raphanus sativus) are hardy annuals in the Brassicaiceae family, which includes broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, collards, kale, kohlrabi, turnips, mustards, watercress and horseradish. Most varieties are best harvested young, but some are specifically selected as winter storage radishes.
Soil  and Nutrient Requirements
Remove stones from loose, well drained soil with pH 5.8-6.8. Go easy on nitrogen, as excessive amounts can lead to big tops and little roots.
Full sun to part shade
Seeding Depth
Planting depth: 1/4-1/2”
Plant Spacing
Plant spacing: for garden radishes 1”, for daikon 4-6”. Thin if necessary to ensure even sizing.
Row Spacing
For garden radishes 8-12”, for daikon 12-16”.
When to Sow
Radishes can be direct seeded as soon as soil can be worked and are best adapted to the cooler temperatures and shorter day-length of spring and fall. Optimal soil temperature for germination is 65-85°F. Seedlings emerge within a few days. Plant every 10 days for a continual supply. Winter radishes should be planted to mature around fall frost date.
Frost Tolerant
Drought Tolerant
Heat Tolerant
Best quality will be achieved in cool weather conditions.
Seed Specs
1,800-3,500 (2,650 avg) seeds/oz, 30-58M (44M avg) seeds/lb.
Seeding Rate
Garden Radishes- 2M seeds/100’single row (3/4 oz/100’single row), 958M seeds/ acre (~22lb/acre) using 20 seeds/ft, 12” row spacing. Daikon Radishes- 660 seeds/100’ (1/4oz/100’ single row), 288M seeds/acre (~6.6lb/acre) using 6 seeds/ft, 12” row spacing. M= 1,000
Seed Coating / Pelleting Info
Some of the varieties we carry receive an organic film coating applied to the seed, which make the seed easier to see during planting.
Harvest radishes on time as they do not hold well in the field, especially in warm weather when roots tend to become pithy and pungent.
Topped radishes will keep good quality for 3-4 weeks if store at near freezing temperatures with high humidity in semi-permeable containers.
Pest Info
  • Flea beetles can present a problem, particularly for young plants, by chewing small holes in the leaves.  Healthy plants usually outgrow the damage to produce a fine crop. Where undamaged leaves are desired or flea beetles are especially problematic, use floating row cover (see Supplies) from time of planting until two weeks after leaves emerge.
  • Floating row cover also helps prevent the cabbage root maggot, which feeds on the plant roots.
Disease Info
  • Like other crucifers, radishes can be subject to fungal diseases in wet seasons, such as Alternaria Leaf Spot and White Mold (sclerotinia).
  • Clubroot is a soil borne disease which stunts the roots of the plants so that they are not able to develop normally. Rotate crops and add lime to raise soil pH to 7.2.
Seed Saving Instructions
 Insect pollinated. Different radish varieties should be isolated by a distance of ¼ mile to prevent cross pollination. The distance may be shortened if physical barriers exist such as tree lines, buildings or woods. Thin plants to 6" apart and allow to bolt and flower. Some staking will be necessary as the plants will grow to 3'-4'. Allow the seed pods to become papery and dry and harvest the entire plants. Some further drying may be necessary before threshing. A ¼" screen on top of a 1/8" screen can be used for cleaning the seed. Radish seeds remain viable for 5 years under cool and dry storage conditions.

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