5 varieties of radish that will be appreciated by lovers of spicy bite


Radish is the earliest vegetable that ripens in the garden. Cucumbers and tomatoes have not yet ripened, and the first salads can already be made with herbs and radishes. This vegetable has many advantages, the most important of which is its pleasant spicy taste. Fans of a spicy speck will like the following varieties:

Ice icicle

The variety is late, ripens in 35-40 days. Its shape and color is very well evidenced by the name: an oblong white fruit. The length can reach 15 cm. It tastes juicy, slightly spicy.

The ice icicle hardly shoots, it can withstand slight frosts. It can be grown both in greenhouses and in the beds. Care includes timely watering, weeding and loosening.

Dungan 12/8

This late-ripening species was bred in Kazakhstan. Distinctive features of the root crop: large, round shape, juicy taste, moderately spicy, will not flab for a long time. The peel is bright, crimson-red. The yield is high. The culture is used for salads, has many vitamins. If stored in a cool room, it is well preserved until spring.

Heat

Early ripening variety with very bright, even root crops. It is planted early, so it is best to plant it under film. Then the crop can be harvested within 25 days after sowing. The pulp is refreshing, crispy, sweet and spicy. The heat is popular with gardeners due to its unpretentiousness and high yield. He practically does not form voids inside, does not go into the arrow, is ill a little.

Ascania

Amazingly delicious radish from German breeders. Its advantages: large-fruited - up to 10 cm in diameter, resistance to flowers and diseases. Root crops are bright red, round, smooth, with a thin tail. Ascania forms fruit well even on poor soils, in conditions of heat and a long day. Radish flavor can be degraded if not harvested in time after ripening.

Parat

An early variety with a delicate, pleasant, moderately spicy taste. Fruits are even, round, juicy, red. They reach 5-6 cm in diameter. Ripening period - 18-25 days - allows you to grow Paratus several times over the summer. It doesn't require much maintenance. It is only necessary to water and weed the crop in a timely manner. The variety is valuable for its resistance to shooting, excellent taste and unpretentiousness.

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Radish variety Krasa

This is a hybrid type of radish, the difference is high seed germination and immunity to diseases and flowering. The fruit is round, bright red in color. The pulp is snow-white or pinkish, juicy and crunchy. The final ripening period for radishes is 23-25 ​​days. Productivity 2.1-2.5 kg / m2.

Basis radish variety

The variety is distinguished by its exactingness to soil and moisture. The soil for sowing should be light, fertile and moist. Radish, oval-rounded, red with white tips. The pulp is white, juicy and delicate in taste, with a slight speck. Resistant to shooting and disease. Sowing period from March to September in open ground. Fruit ripening period is 25-29 days. Fertility - 1-1.5 kg / m2.

Dabel radish variety

This variety is considered one of the earliest. The growing season is 18-23 days. The root crop is very large, deep red, up to 5 cm in diameter. The pulp is white, of high density, does not grow decrepit during long-term storage. Sowing is carried out starting in March and every two weeks in open ground or under film. Radish is resistant to shooting and disease.

Jolie radish variety

This species is distinguished by high fertility - 3.5 kg / m2. The final ripening period is 20-25 days. Round radish, red. The pulp is white, crispy with a delicate juicy taste. Drought tolerant and resistant to shooting. The first sowing is carried out in April in open ground to a depth of 2-3 cm.

Silesia radish variety

A mid-early variety of radish. Root crops are oblong, red and white in color. The pulp is white, delicate in taste, without a sharp edge. Differs in resistance to diseases and high yield - 1.4-2.4 kg / m2. Grown in Ukraine, Russia and Moldova. Sowing is carried out from May. The period from germination to full maturation is 23-25 ​​days.

Radish variety Easter eggs

It is a mixture of different varieties with similar ripening times and growing requirements. Therefore, the root vegetables can be of different colors, from white to red and orange. The final formation period is 25-30 days. Sowing time is from April to August. Grown in open and closed ground.


Radish is the first vegetable root crop in the spring garden. Together with lettuce and green onions, it gives us vitamins and nutrients that are so necessary for our body to recover after a long winter.

Radish is a short-fruited vegetable. It can be grown in three weeks - from the moment of sowing in the garden - to the beginning of the consumption of tasty, sweet, with a slight bitterness, root vegetables.

And there are varieties of radish that ripen in a shorter time. They make up the majority of our unique collection, which we have prepared especially for you.

Radish is a short day plant, so it can only be grown in spring (before June 10) or late summer (after August 15).

In the interval between these dates, daylight hours increase, and the radish stops forming root crops. Instead, he throws out an arrow on which seed bolls form after the small flowers wither.

Therefore, it is recommended to grow radishes only in spring, since on the eve of autumn it will no longer have enough bright sunlight and heat, which will lead to the formation of bitter and not tasty fruits.

We have already told you in great detail about the nature of the appearance of cultivated varieties of radish, its beneficial properties and cultivation techniques in our published article:

Today we will talk about the peculiarities of growing radishes in an abnormal spring-summer season (and it has already begun that way), and present our best early varieties and hybrids for growing in your garden.

GROWING REDIS IN AN ABNORMAL NORTHERN SUMMER

If you haven't planted radishes yet, it doesn't matter! This can be done until May 25.

The most comfortable conditions for growing radishes: air temperature + 21 - +23 degrees, soil - not lower than + 16 degrees.

Radish loves light, very fertile, organic-rich, well-permeable soils with a neutral or slightly alkaline reaction (pH 7.0 - 7.5). It does not tolerate the slightest acidification.

Even on very slightly acidic soil, the size of root crops decreases sharply. And on medium acid - you get only "rat tails".

This must be taken into account when preparing the garden. Sour soil must be neutralized with dolomite flour (at the rate of 2 kg per 5 sq. M).

Radishes need a lot of sun in the spring to form their roots. If it is not enough, then the plant can actively grow tops, and the radishes themselves will turn out to be small and bitter.

Now we do not recommend sowing radishes on open beds. Better, of course, to give him a place in a stationary greenhouse (polycarbonate or glazed).

There, no later than three weeks later, you will harvest the entire crop and will be able to occupy the vacated areas with seedlings of other vegetable crops.

Both a film greenhouse and a greenhouse are suitable. In an extreme case, before sowing, you can install low arcs above the bed and after sowing stretch a film on them, fixing it well along the edges so that cold air does not penetrate inside.

Non-woven material for growing radishes is less suitable. Firstly, it does not keep heat so well, and secondly, through it the sun's rays poorly penetrate the plants. And you will not get a good harvest of radish under agrofibre.

By the way, we offer you a unique variety Duro Krasnodarskoewhich does not shoot arrows, so it can be grown until June 20th. Only if in May the early varieties are sown in the sunniest place, then this variety should be sown at the end of May in partial shade.

Who is the radish “friendly” with? Radish belongs to the Cruciferous family. It grows well next to onions, lettuce, carrots, beets, peas, beans, cucumbers, zucchini, strawberries. For them, he will also be an excellent predecessor.

But after any cabbage, as well as rutabagas, turnips, radishes and other cruciferous crops, radishes will grow very poorly, and will not bring you a big harvest.

Watering is very important for radishes! This is perhaps one of the most important agricultural practices in radish agricultural technology. The soil around the growing root crop should always be well and evenly moistened (but not poured so that moisture does not interfere with the access of oxygen to the root crop).

Water often and evenly. Then the radishes will be juicy and sweet, and they will grow quickly. Underwatered roots are bitter, fibrous and hard.

Uneven watering is also harmful to radishes. If, for example, you water the garden intensively, and then leave the plants without watering for several days, the ripening roots will begin to crack.

After each watering, loosen the soil shallowly so that a soil crust does not form on the surface, which prevents the access of oxygen to the root crops.

To permanently retain moisture in the soil, mulch the radish beds with straw or hay. This will, moreover, inhibit the growth of weeds in the garden.

Harvest. Many budding gardeners ask: "How can you tell if a radish is ready?" Look at your garden. If the diameter of the protruding part of the root crops has exceeded 2 cm, then they can be removed.

Never overdo the radishes in the ground. She very quickly stiffens and begins to taste bitter. Harvest the entire crop while the fruit is firm, crispy, juicy, and sweet.

Part of the crop can be stored in plastic bags in vegetable refrigerator drawers for up to two weeks. At the same time, they will not lose their useful and taste qualities.

If slugs and snails attack... These pests are very fond of tasty, juicy radishes, making large holes not only in the leaves, but also in the roots themselves. It is clear that you cannot fight these uninvited guests with chemical agents - they can get into your body.

Traps with beer or kvass are considered the best folk methods. They are placed in the beds if slugs or snails appear there. When they smell beer or kvass, they will immediately forget about radishes and other vegetables.

It is best to pour beer or kvass into shallow sockets or saucers.

Just do not set up traps for the future while there are no pests, otherwise such an impressive company of a variety of harmful insects and gastropods will descend on your garden, which will destroy your entire crop.

THE BEST VARIETIES AND HYBRIDS OF REDIS FROM OUR COLLECTION

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Radish is the first vitamin vegetable in your garden. After winter-spring beriberi, he is the first to saturate our body with all useful substances.

It is the earliest root vegetable that produces sweet, crunchy radishes within 15 to 20 (early varieties) days after germination.

Radish is quite cold-resistant, so you can sow it on an open bed already at the beginning of May. And you can safely sow radishes in a greenhouse at the end of April along with an early leaf lettuce, which will ripen with it.

Together with the fast-growing onion sets, you will be able to delight yourself every day with a green salad of these three very vitamin-rich vegetables in mid-May.

Now on the market you can see a great variety of varieties of radish of different ripening periods: from ultra early ripening to late. We recommend that you sow everything in your garden to extend your radish consumption until mid-June.

Or you can do two re-seeding of the early varieties if you like them better. Usually, they are the most tender and sweetest.

After this period, radishes cannot be grown, since this is a short-day vegetable crop, and with lengthening daylight hours, it will cease to form root crops, but will begin to shoot, forming seeds.

About the history of the emergence of cultivated varieties of radish, about the beneficial properties of its root crops, about sowing and growing this crop, we have already described in detail in our published articles:

Today we will talk about the differences between the various subspecies of this wonderful root crop, recall the peculiarities of their cultivation and introduce you to the best varieties of radish from our collection.

CONDITIONAL DIVISION OF THE BEST VARIETIES AND HYBRIDS OF REDIS INTO GROUPS

By maturity:

ultra-early maturing (16 - 20 days, for example Bagretz F1, Valerie F1, Mars F1)

precocious (21 - 25 days, for example Diego F1, Donar F1, Politez)

late maturing (32 - 45 days, for example, Viola, Rampuh, Forum).

By size:

very large (more than 45 g, for example, Rampuch).

elongated conical (eg, Rampuch).

red with white tip (eg, Glory, Politez)

IMPORTANT FEATURES OF GROWING THE BEST VARIETIES OF REDIS

The soil. For radishes, as well as for other root crops, the soil that you prepare in its garden is very important. It should be fertile, rich in organic matter, light, loose and strictly neutral (pH = 7.0).

Even on slightly acidic soil, radish roots will grow small and bitter!

Therefore, the most important point when growing radishes is to neutralize the acidity of the soil on which you will form the garden for this crop.

For neutralization, it is best to use dolomite flour or crushed chalk (adding them for digging at the rate of 2 kg per 5 sq. M. Area). Start deoxidation as soon as the snow thaws.

When forming a bed, add 1 sq. m: 2 buckets of rotted manure or compost, 2 buckets of leafy soil, a bucket of sand, a third of a bucket of wood ash, 2 tbsp. tablespoons of superphosphate and 1.5 tbsp. tablespoons of potassium sulfate.

Read more about sowing radishes and caring for them in our article:

Solar lighting. If you want to grow a sweet, large radish, place the garden in a well-sunlit place. In the shade, the roots are small and not so tasty.

Air temperature... Radish is a thermophilic culture. When the air temperature drops to + 11 ... + 13 degrees, its growth stops, so we advise you to grow the first crop of this crop in a greenhouse under a transparent film.

Increased daylight hours... As we said above, radish is a short day crop. When it lengthens in June, the radish stops the formation of root crops. Therefore, you can only grow two crops in the spring. The deadline for harvesting root crops is June 7-9.

Watering... To make the radish sweet, crunchy and not bitter, it needs regular watering with warm water (in dry weather - at least every other day). From cold - the roots will start to taste bitter and grow much more slowly.

Fertilizers. Since the radish seeds received good nutrition during planting, fertilization is not necessary for the first crop. Repeated sowing of radish twice (with an interval of a week), feed with fermented grass or mullein infusion at a concentration of 1:10).

THE BEST REDIS VARIETIES AND HYBRIDS FROM OUR COLLECTION

We told you what groups you can conditionally subdivide radishes according to various indicators, reminded you what important features of this crop must be taken into account when growing it.

And now we present you the best varieties and hybrids of this tasty and healthy vegetable from our collection:

Our novelty:

Our collection of radish varieties and hybrids:

Read more about these varieties and hybrids on our website or in the SPRING 2021 catalog.

And you can buy or order them from us today!


Top 10 varieties of delicious radish

There are many varieties of radish for outdoor and greenhouse planting. It is very difficult to choose good seeds of this vegetable, since the wide assortment simply dazzles the eyes. A colorful picture on a seed package does not always help to predict the result. To choose a radish that will fully meet your requirements, be sure to study the information on the back of the seed package and decide when and where you will sow the seed. Today we will tell you about the ten best varieties of fruitful, juicy and delicious radishes that are easy to grow in any conditions!

The varieties of this vegetable are conventionally divided into Japanese, European and Chinese. They differ not only in appearance and shape, but also in terms of ripening and color. Differences are manifested in the size and shape of the tops, the intensity of the pungency. Radishes can be either sweet or spicy enough. The most popular in Russian regions are European varieties. They are characterized by small roots, have an excellent sweetish taste, heat resistance. The taste of a vegetable is greatly influenced by agricultural technology, as well as by the climatic conditions of a particular region. The root crop is very sensitive to watering and temperature conditions, so it is important to select unpretentious varieties.

All radish varieties from our selection are easy to grow, have excellent taste and appetizing appearance:

1. "Heat" is a variety of early maturing radish with small rounded roots, which ripens already on the twentieth day after germination. Root crops have very thin skin, dense white-pink flesh, rich red color. The radish has a neutral taste, with a thin speck, which appears from the increased concentration of vitamin C. The culture is grown both during winter sowing and in the open field or in a greenhouse. The variety is not prone to flowering and brings an excellent harvest - up to twenty-five kilograms of delicious radishes from ten square meters of soil. Radish "Heat" is winter-hardy and does not suffer from frost.

2. "Würzburg" - this variety bears fruit in a month after sowing the seeds. Rounded radishes are bright crimson red. The pulp of the Würzburg radish is very tender, does not spoil and retains its original taste for a long time. This root crop can be planted both in open soil and in greenhouses.

3. "French breakfast" - a fruitful early variety that brings the first harvest twenty-five days after germination in the garden. The rosette of the plant is of medium density, the fruits of a cylindrical shape are painted in a delicate pink shade with a white tip. Root vegetables are medium-sized, with juicy and slightly sharp crispy pulp. The sweetish radish ripens at the same time. Variety "French breakfast" is resistant to diseases, grows well on loose soils. The marketability of radish is high, the culture has an excellent taste, resistant to shooting.

4. "Sora" is a fruitful radish variety with high marketability and excellent transportability. The culture has fluffy dense leaves, an erect rosette, round and very juicy fruits with transparent pulp. The Sora radish has a pleasant, sweetish taste, without bitterness. Even overripe radish of this variety does not form voids in the pulp.

5. "Duro" - the variety is characterized by bright red roots with sweet pulp and thin skin. Can be grown all year round in greenhouses and open soil. The radish is large, the variety is very resistant to diseases, early ripening. You can store root vegetables for a long time and during storage the radish does not lose its original taste.

6. "Rondar" is an early ripening hybrid variety of radish that ripens eighteen days after the first shoots appear. Round roots are colored bright red, the tail is threadlike, the pulp is juicy, tender, white. Suitable for bundle sale. The "Rondar" variety is not a heat-resistant variety and should therefore be grown in the spring. To get a harvest of large radishes, it is necessary to maintain a distance between crops of five centimeters.

7. "Celeste" is a bright Dutch variety with a high yield, extremely unpretentious in care. The taste of the radish is sweetish, with a slight bitterness. Root crops perfectly tolerate transportation, do not require additional lighting when growing. The "Celeste" radish ripens already on the twenty-fifth day after the appearance of the first shoots. Suitable for growing in greenhouses or open soil.

8. "Chupa-chups" - a delicious variety of large round radish with shiny and bright roots. The vegetable is very sweet, there is no bitterness and pungency. The flesh of the Chupa-Chups radish is juicy, delicate white. The variety is quite fruitful - from one square meter of the garden you can get a harvest from three kilograms of root crops.

9. "Cherriet" is a European mid-late radish that ripens two months after sprouting. The rosette of the leaves of the radish is small, the leaves are narrow, oval in shape. Roots of bright red color have a rounded shape, rather large. The weight of one radish can reach thirty grams. Juicy and tender white pulp has a delicate sweetish taste, there is pungency. Variety "Cherriet" is suitable for growing all year round. The plant is resistant to shooting, very productive. The variety is resistant to the formation of voids and over-ripening, has high commercial characteristics. Vegetable may become spicy during storage.

10. "White Icicle" - tastes like daikon radish, ideal for slicing salad. The radish has a pronounced bitterness, tender and juicy pulp. Can be grown in greenhouses, hotbeds, open ground. The "White Icicle" variety ripens on the thirty-fifth day after the first shoots appear. The root crop is unpretentious in cultivation, it grows even on dense loamy soils and can bear fruit several times per season. Radish has an oblong shape and white color.

All these varieties of radish are easy to grow, have a bright taste, and can grow both in open soil and in greenhouses and containers.

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Top 10 varieties of delicious radish

There are many varieties of radish for outdoor and greenhouse planting. It is very difficult to choose good seeds of this vegetable, since the wide assortment simply dazzles the eyes. A colorful picture on a seed package does not always help to predict the result. To choose a radish that will fully meet your requirements, be sure to study the information on the back of the seed package and decide when and where you will sow the seed. Today we will tell you about the ten best varieties of fruitful, juicy and very tasty radishes that are easy to grow in any conditions!

The best varieties of radish

The varieties of this vegetable are conventionally divided into Japanese, European and Chinese. They differ not only in appearance and shape, but also in terms of ripening and color. Differences are manifested in the size and shape of the tops, the intensity of the pungency. Radishes can be either sweet or spicy enough. The most popular in Russian regions are European varieties. They are characterized by small roots, have an excellent sweetish taste, heat resistance. The taste of a vegetable is greatly influenced by agricultural technology, as well as by the climatic conditions of a particular region. The root crop is very sensitive to watering and temperature conditions, so it is important to select unpretentious varieties.

All radish varieties from our selection are easy to grow, have excellent taste and appetizing appearance:

1. "Heat" is a variety of early maturing radish with small rounded roots, which ripens already on the twentieth day after germination. Root crops have very thin skin, dense white-pink flesh, rich red color. The radish has a neutral taste, with a thin spike, which appears from the increased concentration of vitamin C. The culture is grown both during winter sowing and in the open field or in a greenhouse. The variety is not prone to flowering and brings an excellent harvest - up to twenty-five kilograms of delicious radishes from ten square meters of soil. Radish "Heat" is winter-hardy and does not suffer from frost.

2. “Würzburg” - this variety bears fruit within a month after sowing the seeds. Rounded radishes are bright crimson red. The pulp of the Würzburg radish is very tender, does not spoil and retains its original taste for a long time. This root crop can be planted both in open soil and in greenhouses.

3. “French breakfast” is a fruitful early variety that brings its first harvest twenty-five days after germination in the garden. The rosette of the plant is of medium density, the fruits of a cylindrical shape are colored in a delicate pink shade with a white tip. Root vegetables are medium-sized, with juicy and slightly sharp crispy pulp. The sweetish radish ripens at the same time. Variety "French breakfast" is resistant to diseases, grows well on loose soils. The marketability of radish is high, the culture has an excellent taste, resistant to shooting.

4. “Sora” is a fruitful radish variety with high marketability and excellent transportability. The culture has fluffy dense leaves, an erect rosette, round and very juicy fruits with transparent pulp. The Sora radish has a pleasant, sweetish taste, without bitterness. Even overripe radishes of this variety do not form voids in the pulp.

5. “Duro” - the variety is characterized by bright red roots with sweet flesh and thin skin. Can be grown all year round in greenhouses and open soil. The radish is large, very resistant to diseases, early maturing. You can store root vegetables for a long time and during storage the radish does not lose its original taste.

6. “Rondar” is an early ripening hybrid variety of radish that ripens eighteen days after the first shoots appear. Round roots are colored bright red, the tail is threadlike, the pulp is juicy, tender, white. Suitable for bundle sale. The Rondar variety is not a heat-resistant variety and should therefore be grown in the spring. To get a harvest of large radishes, it is necessary to maintain a distance between crops of five centimeters.

7. “Celeste” is a bright Dutch variety with a high yield, extremely easy to care for. The taste of the radish is sweetish, with a slight bitterness. Root crops perfectly tolerate transportation, do not require additional lighting when growing. The “Celeste” radish ripens already on the twenty-fifth day after the appearance of the first shoots. Suitable for growing in greenhouses or open soil.

8. “Chupa-chups” is a delicious variety of large round radish with shiny and bright roots. The vegetable is very sweet, there is no bitterness and pungency. The flesh of the Chupa-Chups radish is juicy, delicate white. The variety is quite fruitful - from one square meter of the garden you can get a harvest from three kilograms of root crops.

9. “Cherriet” is a European mid-late radish that ripens two months after sprouting. The rosette of the leaves of the radish is small, the leaves are narrow, oval in shape. Roots of bright red color have a rounded shape, rather large. The weight of one radish can reach thirty grams. Juicy and tender white pulp has a delicate sweetish taste, there is a sharpness. Variety "Cherriet" is suitable for growing all year round. The plant is resistant to shooting, very productive. The variety is resistant to the formation of voids and over-ripening, has high commercial characteristics. Vegetable may become spicy during storage.

10. “White Icicle” - tastes like daikon radish, ideal for salad dressing. The radish has a pronounced bitterness, tender and juicy pulp. Can be grown in greenhouses, hotbeds, open ground. The “White Icicle” variety ripens on the thirty-fifth day after the first shoots appear. The root crop is unpretentious in cultivation, it grows even on dense loamy soils and can bear fruit several times per season. Radish has an oblong shape and white color.

All these varieties of radish are easy to grow, have a bright taste, and can grow both in open soil and in greenhouses and containers.


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