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Growing Daikon, also Japanese radish, Lo Bok

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05 Mar 13 gary bailey (Australia - arid climate)
i tried to locates seeds, but no luck. can you provide me address.
01 Mar 16 Julie (Australia - temperate climate)
Just a hint if your looking for Daikon seeds. I purchased a pack under the name Daikon in Bunnings with about 20 seeds in it, it was marketed as an exotic species and so the price was high. But if you look for 'white radish' seeds (check the botanical name is exactly the same as the ones labled 'Daikon') you can get 5 times the amount of seeds for half the price.
03 May 14 D JAMES (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
you can try eden or green harvest seeds if not I have some
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