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African Stewing Radish Raphaus sativus

Called Nooitgedacht in Afrikaans, this South African radish is grown primarily as a cover crop whose greens are then used in soup or as a stewing green, or as fodder. Very slow bolting even in hot weather.  Often equated with Japanese daikon, but the leaves are small and succulent – great for stir-fries too! Minimum 30 seeds. Germination 95%.  LOTDG2023-RAD029. 

African Stewing Radish

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