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6 to 10 days. A Daikon-type of radish microgreen with cool white stems and dark green cotyledons. Minowase Radish is an ideal microgreen on the spicy side of flavor, but by no means too spicy. Grows well on either hydroponic or soil"hydroponic mediums may require more frequent watering.
Minowase radish microgreens are fast and easy to grow. This microgreen is substantial and very crunchy. Due to its fast growth, it can be harvested as early as 6 days, assuming you have exposed to light on day 3. You can flip the lid a day before exposing to light to strengthen the crop.
When growing in soil, some folks cover their seeds with a thin layer of soil (like you might with buckwheat, peas, or sunflower), which is fine but by no means required. Mist for the first few days after sowing.
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