Tillage Radish® drills down where steel cannot reach. It tills the soil naturally and better than any tillage equipment possibly can. Easty to plant, reaching full growth within 30 days. Taproot typically reaches over 30". Rapid spring decay results in massive soil voids for air and water movement. Improves drainage and air movement and helps suppress nematodes. Shades out winter annual weeds with dense foliage cover.
Drilling: (7.5" rows), 6 lbs. per acre.
Broadcast/Aerial: 8‐10 lbs. per acre.
Precision Planting (15" with 4: in‐row spacing): 4 lbs. per acre.
For Forage: Increase drilling rate to 9‐10 lbs. per acre.
A uniform strain which forms long clear snow 6" roots very quickly.
Uniform bulbs with contrasting bright white interiors. Strong leaf attachment for ease of handling and mechanical harvest. Good tolerance to cracking. For bunching and processing.
Availability Date: July
Medium sized round radish with excellent snow white interior and thick skin. Use for bunching, cellos, and slicing.
Disease Resistant Codes Hb (ex Pp/ Hp) ForX
Code Common Name Scientific Name Hb (ex Pp/ Hp) Downy mildew Hyaloperonospora brassicae (ex Peronospora / Hyaloperonospora parasitica For Yellows Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. raphani
Standard variety for open field crops in many professional radish production areas. Good for spring, summer, and autumn.
0800045T (FarMore F300)
Excellent uniformity and quality in all production areas, spring or fall harvest. High pack-out rate. Excellent tops for bunching or machine-pulled cellos.
0800036T (FarMore F300)
Hybrid production of uniform, intense red roots. Tops slightly taller than Cherriette. High pack‐out potential.
0800016T (FarMore F300)
Bright cherry red, globe shaped roots are crisp, hold well, with nice uniformity and extra size. Grows well in warm regions. Recommended for shorter day length harvests (spring or fall). Cello or bunching.
Heirloom. Medium length scarlet roots with a white tip.