Radish Daikon Microgreen Seeds


  • Popular variety with chefs.
  • Add a spicy flavour to your dish.

MICROGREEN Radish ‘Daikon’ Seeds

Botanical Name: Raphanus sativum

Radish is a source of antioxidants and may contain anti-cancer properties. Sulforaphane is a cancer fighting chemical found in cruciferous vegetables including radish, broccoli, Brussels sprouts and cauliflower.

  • Grow radish microgreens with a no-mess and no-soil hydroponic method, such as hemp or silicone mesh mat.
  • A 10 x 10″ growing tray yields approx. 140 grams of radish microgreens.
  • Mix with purple radish microgreens for a spicy radish mix.

How to Grow Radish Microgreens

  • Soak seeds: Soak radish daikon seeds in water for 6-8 hours before planting.
  • Sow rate: Use approximately 12 grams of seeds for a 10 x 10″ growing tray.
  • Prepare growing medium: Add 2-3 cm of soil or coir peat to the tray. Flatten the soil to create an even surface. Moisten the soil thoroughly.
  • Sow seeds: Sprinkle the soaked seeds evenly over the moistened soil surface. Lightly water again to ensure good seed-to-soil contact.
  • Germination: Cover the seeds with another growing tray to create a dark, well-ventilated environment for germination. Water lightly 1-2 times daily.
  • Early growth: Keep the tray covered until the microgreens reach a height of approximately 3 cm.
  • Exposure to light: Remove the top tray and place the uncovered tray in a location with indirect light.
  • Watering: Continue watering the microgreens lightly twice daily to keep the soil moist but not waterlogged.
  • Harvest: Radish daikon microgreens will be ready to harvest in 6-12 days after sowing. Cut them 1-2 cm above the soil level using clean scissors or a sharp knife.

Enjoy your freshly harvested radish daikon microgreens in salads, sandwiches, wraps, and as a flavorful garnish to enhance your dishes.

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Product Specifications

  • Non-GMO.
  • No chemical treatment.
  • Botanical name: Raphanus sativus.
  • Seeds per gram: 90 – 150.