(Raphanus sativus) Outstanding Brassica (mustard) family Oilseed Radish produces natural glucosinolates (GSLs) which reduce soil borne pests such as pathogenic nematodes and funguses and inhibit weed seed germination. Hardy, drought tolerant, excellent nutrient scavenger. Improves soil structure and soil organic matter content. Should be in every farmer's or gardeners toolbox. Ideal crop to cleanse soil and to precede potatoes, carrots, beets, parsnips, onions, peas, beans and other vegetable crops. Chop and incorporate when flowering in the Fall or two weeks ahead of subsequent crop. Seed at 1/2 lb./1000 sq. ft. or 10-20 lbs./acre. 39,000 seeds/Lb.
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May 12, 2013 | By Regina
Karen - There's a saying The best thing you can give your kids is a happy mrgaiare sounds like you've got that. :)I too am blessed with an amazing husband so much to be thankful for!