Radish Malaga Violet Seeds
Info: Malaga Violet is a small, rather unusual radish. The skin is in a dark purple color, while the flesh is radiant white. The small, appetizing tubers are evenly round with a mild taste. The young leaves are also used in this variety. Freshly picked, they are a delicious ingredient for a spring salad.
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|