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Cherry Belle Radish

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  • Cherry Belle radish is a popular and widely grown variety of radish that is known for its bright red skin and crisp white flesh. It is a small, round radish that typically measures about 1 inch in diameter, making it ideal for salads, garnishes, and other culinary uses.


    In terms of flavor, Cherry Belle radishes are known for their mild, slightly sweet taste, with a subtle peppery kick that is characteristic of most radishes. They are a quick-growing vegetable, and can be harvested in as little as three to four weeks from planting.


    Seeds per pack: 25

    • Soil Preparation: Radishes prefer loose, well-draining soil that is rich in organic matter. Before planting, work compost or well-rotted manure into the soil to improve its texture and fertility. Radishes prefer a soil pH of 6.0 to 7.0.

    • Planting: Radishes can be grown in the spring or fall, depending on your climate. For a spring crop, plant seeds as soon as the soil can be worked. For a fall crop, plant seeds about six weeks before the first expected frost. Sow the seeds about 1/2 inch deep and 1 inch apart in rows that are 12-18 inches apart.

    • Watering: Radishes require regular watering to keep the soil moist. Provide about 1-2 inches of water per week, depending on weather conditions. Avoid overwatering, as radishes can become pithy or develop root rot in waterlogged soil.

    • Fertilizing: Radishes don't typically require a lot of fertilizer, but can benefit from a light application of a balanced fertilizer at planting time.

    • Pest and Disease Control: Radishes are generally not prone to pest or disease problems, but can be susceptible to flea beetles and root maggots. To control pests, use row covers or insecticides as needed. To prevent disease, practice crop rotation and avoid planting radishes in the same location for more than one season.

    • Harvesting: Radishes are typically ready to harvest in as little as three to four weeks from planting. Cherry Belle radishes are ready to harvest when the roots are about 1 inch in diameter. Pull them out of the ground by grasping the tops and gently twisting.

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