Growing Daikon, also Japanese radish, Lo Bok

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04 Dec 22 karen (USA - Zone 12a climate)
I bought a daikon at a local market with intact roots. I am going to plant the crown to collect seeds but wondering about the roots growing from the pointed end. if I plant that piece will anything happen?
02 Mar 23 Peter (Australia - temperate climate)
You need to plant seeds to get a new radish - can't do it from the root.
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