Growing Radish

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05 Mar 20 Shouyu Du (USA - Zone 9b climate)
Why do my cherry belle still has a thin bulb growing out of the soil when I have already planted them for 3 weeks
08 Mar 20 Another gardener (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
It says 5-7 weeks to grow, maybe they need a little longer to produce round radishes. Could also be the long thin radishes, mix up of seeds. I have grown radishes for 40 + years, but only recently found better to grow into the winter. I'm about to try something a bit different. I'm going to dig the soil up a bit then pat it down a little then plant the seeds and cover with a thin layer of soil. Sometimes in loose soil the radishes grows and then heavy rain packs the soil a bit and the radishes are sticking out of the ground and they form a long small sausage shape.
01 May 20 (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
I notice radish love compost
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