Radishes are one of the easiest vegetables to grow and it can also be considered one of the fastest growing so they are a very attractive option for those who want to have their own vegetables and also want fast, abundant results. and quality.
But really with radishes growing, there can be a few issues that can bring gardeners head over heels. But you should not worry because today I want to talk to you about some of the problems in the growth of radishes so that you can prevent them from happening and that yours grow in good condition and perfect to consume in your diet.
Radishes are itchy
Radishes sometimes have a bitter taste and may even be stinging when eaten. This occurs when radishes have grown too fast , too slow, or are simply too old. Radishes for their optimal flavor need a cool but warm climate and with sufficient humidity for them to grow with good flavor.
Radishes have cracks
Sometimes radishes can have cracks. This happens when they mature and age . But sometimes the cracks in radishes can appear because they have not received adequate watering or have had uneven watering , which will make the radish itself try to compensate for the drought time by absorbing a large amount of water, something that will cause it to grow too much and opens through a crack.
Radishes get tough and dry
Radishes need to grow quickly and to ensure that they do so and that they grow plump and tender at harvest they will need optimal conditions . But if the radishes do not get the temperatures they need, nor the water in the irrigation that makes them healthy and healthy, it is most likely that they will become hard and dry radishes .
Radishes do not form
It can also happen that the radishes do not form and are only green. This happens because they have not formed well and their development has not been completed. They may not have much room to grow or they do not get enough sunlight (although they may be in the shade they will always need at least several hours of sunlight a day to fully develop).
These are some problems that radishes cause, but now that you know them, you can avoid them and thus enjoy a healthy and abundant harvest in your home garden.