Growing Radish

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01 May 23 Alice (Australia - temperate climate)
My Grandfather always mixed radish seed with carrot seed in river sand and this help to thin out the carrots, not only because of the two types of seed, but because as you harvest the radishes - starting with the new shoots that are a great micro green, and this in turn thins carrots out :)
08 May 23 Anonymous (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
Or just put sand with radish or carrots in a salt or pepper shaker and plant rows only about 3-4 cm
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