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How big should radish seedlings be before transplanting?
To solve any little space issues, you can thin your radishes and then replant them. Ideally, radishes should be about an inch apart, so look for ones that are too close together and then pick one of those to remove and replant.
When should radishes be transplanted?
Radishes planted in the late summer are ready to harvest 50 and 70 days after planting. If during this time you must transplant your radishes -- perhaps because they are not getting enough sunlight or want to plant something else in their place -- then do so carefully so you don't damage your plants in the process.
Can you transplant radish sprouts?
Should radishes be started indoors?
I do not recommend starting radishes indoors. They hate to be transplanted, and doing so can stunt their growth or cause other problems down the line. For best results, direct sow them into your garden instead.
How do you transplant leggy radish seedlings?
Do you need to thin radish seedlings?
It's important to thin the seedlings before the roots become fleshy, often before the the plants get their second set of leaves. If you don't thin your seedlings and the roots grow too close together, the plants can become stunted and the roots will be small and distorted.
How do you plant radish seedlings?
How do you transplant radishes?
Can I grow radishes in seed trays?
Sowing Radishes Early into Plug Trays
Begin sowing under cover from late winter, either direct into containers of potting soil or into greenhouse borders, or into plug trays of general purpose potting mix. Fill plug trays with potting mix, firm down then sow a pinch of three to five seeds per module.
Why are radish seedlings leggy?
Radishes will grow long and thin in response to hot weather, unsuitable soil, and competition with other plants. Too much nitrogen in the soil may also cause radishes to grow long and thin.
How deep does the soil need to be to grow radishes?
Plant radish seeds from early April through early May for a spring crop, and again August 1 through September 1 for a fall crop. Allow about one inch between seeds in the row. Plant the seed of smaller varieties shallowly, one-fourth to one-half inch deep. Plant larger varieties deeper, up to one inch deep.