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Radish Golden Seeds (Pusa Chatki)

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    No. of Seeds: Approx. 495 to 550 Seeds

    The seeds have a successful germination rate of over 70%, the seeds in the packet can be used for several sowings. Follow the sowing instructions on the back of the packet.

    Sowing: All season

    The seeds can be grown in all seasons through the year, other than in frost. Start germinating your seeds indoors in warm well-lit rooms.

    Germination: 4-10 days

    Germinate your seeds indoors in seedling cups in a mix of cocopeat and compost and place it in a well-ventilated area. Follow the sowing instructions at the back of the packet.

    Harvest in 30-60 Days

    The approximate number of days it takes from sowing of seeds and successful germination to the time you can harvest it. PS: All other growing conditions need to be met.

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    About the Seeds

    Radish is the most popular rooting vegetable in India. It grows well under mild to cool climates, however it can tolerate higher temperatures. Radish needs 6 to 8 hours of daily sunlight and in hot weather, radish can be grown along with Tomato, Okra, Amaranth, Cucumber & bitter gourd as companion shade plantations. Golden Radish (Pusa Chatki) is a hybrid, medium large, tender, and mildly pungent variety.

    What’s in the Box

    What’s in the Box

    • Radish Golden Seeds (Pusa Chatki)
    • Sowing instructions printed on backside of Seed Packet
    • Recyclable Pouch


    When can I harvest my crop?

    Radish must be uprooted along with the entire plant at maturity. In hot weather, roots become more tough and pungent before reaching the edible maturity.

    What type of planting mixture does the Radish need?

    Radish can be grown almost in all kinds of soils but friable loam soil with high humus content is most suited. It can be grown in fairly acidic and saline soils.

    How often do you need to water the crop plant?

    Radish requires sufficient water right from germination to harvesting. Keep the soil in the pot moist all the time with daily watering.

    What is Radish Golden (Pusa Chatki) also popularly known as in India?

    Regionally in India, Radish Golden (Pusa Chatki) is also known as Mooli, Mullangi, Moolangi, Mula.

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