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Plant daikon a little earlier than other over-wintering cover crops to give it time to grow a thick leaf canopy. Aim for 4-10 weeks before the first frost – late August in cooler climates, early September in warmer ones. Like all cover crops, how much seed you use depends on how you garden, seed costs, and your goals (more on this in future posts). In the garden, I use cover crop seeding rates up to 10-20 times higher than farm recommendations. For a quick cover, use 1/4-1/2 a pound per 100 square foot of garden, broadcast and scratched into the top 1/2 of the soil surface. For my no-till beds, double this rate, since new plants will be competing with mulch and residue already present on the surface.
Sow Daikon radish seed at 8 – 10 lbs per acre,Minimum soil temperatures for radish germination is 45 degrees F, so they can be planted late in the fall and still germinate.
Planting radish seed increases water infiltration
Aim for 4-10 weeks before the first frost – late August in cooler climates, early September in warmer ones.
Daikon Radish is a deep rooted forage radish that will make an outstanding winter cover crop. The deep taproot of the large rooted plant can help break up the tough, compacted soil, improve water infiltration, and stores nitrogen. When planting daikon radish seed as a cover crop, the benefits will be optimized if planted in late summer
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