Radish Poloneza Seeds
Info: Poloneza is a fast-growing, round radish. The bright red tubers have a white tip and are compared to other varieties very resistant to furry. Since Poloneza is an uncomplicated vegetable, it is ideal for the first garden experience for children. Due to the fast growth and the resulting success experiences, the rearing is fun for young and old.
Sowing & cultivation: The sowing can be done from March directly into the field. Seeds should be sown in 1cm. For optimal and healthy growth, the planting distance should be 4cm. A humus rich, nutrient-rich, well-drained soil is optimal. The soil should be loosened and enriched with garden compost and horn meal. Because radishes are flat-rooters, they pull your nutrients from the top soil layer. Care must be taken to ensure even moisture.
|Botanical name||Raphanus sativus var. sativus|
|Sowing||March to September|
|Germination temperature||8 to 20°C|
|Germination||8 to 12 days|
|Harvesting||April to October|