Yes, that could result in a lot of radishes. Hopefully so. I have not had great success with growing radishes in the spring and early summer. They seem to like cooler weather, so I am hoping this early April planting will work out.
I had fabulous radishes that were planted last September. Maturing into the cooler weather resulted in plump radishes without the bite from warm weather. The best radish patch was actually the result of spilling seeds by mistake onto one of the wood chip paths. Please see one of my posts from last year:
So hoping to capitalize on last year's success, this morning I planted the radish seeds at the ends of most of my beds, some directly into wood chips:
|Radish seeds spread, 4/5/2012|
These white radishes were harvested on 11/23/2011 from a September planting. I hope this spring planting is equally successful.