Growing Daikon, also Japanese radish, Lo Bok

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23 Mar 12 gary bailey (Australia - cool/mountain climate)
wher can i buy the seeds in australia, i live in melbourne
26 Jul 15 Angela (Australia - temperate climate)
Bunnings sells them, I just bought some today- I also live in Melbourne :)
21 May 14 Lachlan (Australia - temperate climate)
Google daikon seeds Australia.
12 Aug 12 wayne (Australia - temperate climate)
I picked some up in my local nursery in shepparton. so Im guessing any good nursery would be able to supply
02 Oct 12 Kamenrider (Australia - temperate climate)
Daikon is the Japanese name for this Asian variety of white radish. Dai = Big and Kon = Root. We all know it is no root at all. So, when you go shopping for seeds, you can choose Asian White Radish, Daikon or Luo Pok. They mean the same thing. Normally, Daikon is the biggest, but favour is less intense than the smaller ones (7-8 inches). You can buy seeds online.
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