Growing Radish

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17 Apr 09 Paul (Australia - temperate climate)
Interesting what Robert said. I even spoke to yates and they told me to go easy on the liquid fertiliser/Nitrogen and appy a sprinkle of Superphosphate between the rows but this has made no difference whatsoever. Are we justing getting crap seed growing stock these day?.............because I grew radish as a kid and never had these problems as I would just dig up the ground and stick seeds in and they would grow just fine. What about sunlight? Surely other people here with same problem can't have their garden in a spot that doesn't get enough sun!?
25 Mar 16 Sustainable Susan (Australia - temperate climate)
Have you tried checking the composition of your soil?
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