How to Grow Radishes
Radishes are popular in salads and as snacks. They are rapidly maturing some varieties go from seed to salad in as little as 3 weeks. They can be used as a marker crop when sown lightly along rows of slower germinating vegetables.
Radish Companion Plants Carrots, Peas, lettuce, chives, onions, leeks, rosemary, sage, bush and pole beans, brussels sprouts, cabbage , onions, peppers, melons are all suitable companion plants. Radishes serve as a general aid in repelling many insects and draw aphids, Flea Beetles, and some other pests away from peppers, squash, and cucumbers.
Radish Fails to Form - We grow radishes primarily for their roots, some people also use the greens. When the bulbous subterranean tap root we know as a radish fails to form than obviously there's an issue.