Use our no-fail guide to harvesting your crops when they’re in their prime|Photo by Thomas J. Story; written by Johanna Silver
They’re best when harvested and eaten as soon as they reach full size, which varies by variety—this can be as early as three
weeks after sowing. They can become woody or pungent when left in the ground for too long.More: How to grow radishes
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