Rambo Radish Microgreen Seeds

(1 customer review)

Rambo Radish Microgreen Seeds produce spicy, deep red/purple microgreens that are rich in vitamins and minerals. Our seeds are untreated and pathogen tested, ensuring a safe and natural product. These seeds are easy to grow and are perfect for adding a pop of flavor and color to any dish.

£4.00£42.00

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How to grow Rambo Radish Microgreen Seeds

Sowing 

To get started, weigh the correct amount of Rambo Radish seeds based on the size of tray you’re using. 

Fill a tray evenly with your chosen growing medium, such as compost or coir. Gently firm the soil or coir in the tray and water it. Spread the seeds evenly across the tray, then cover the radish seeds with another tray. This helps the roots push down into the soil or coir.

Place the tray in a warm location where the temperature is between 18-21°C.

Sow Rates
Tray Size (cm) Sow Rate
Modiform ecoExpert punnets 13.6 x 10.3 4g
Garland Small Seed Tray 23 x 17 11g
Garland Seed Tray 37.5 x 23 27g
Garland Microgreen Tray 56 x 28 48g

Sow rates are provided as guidance only, sow rates depend  on environment and seed quality.

Blackout Period

Once the radish shoots begin to push the tray up with weight, flip tray over and put it back on top of the other tray. This allows for more space for growth while maintaining the blackout period.

Growing On

Once the radish seeds have fully germinated and reached the top of the tray, it’s time to move them to under lights or a sunny spot where the temperature and humidity remain consistent.

Radish microgreens are usually grown densely to maximize yield per tray. However, growing at this density can promote the growth of mould. To reduce the risk of mould, it’s best to bottom-water the plants. Add a small amount of water to the reservoir tray (the tray with no holes) and allow the radish shoots and compost to absorb the water. Any excess water that is not absorbed should be emptied from the reservoir tray to prevent the radish microgreens from becoming waterlogged, which can lead to root rot and mould.

Harvesting

Once your radish microgreens have reached the desired height, you can harvest them using scissors or a sharp knife. 

 

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100g, 250g, 1kg, 2kg

1 review for Rambo Radish Microgreen Seeds

  1. Peter Nash (verified owner)

    Excellent seed full germination, very impressed

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