When it comes to sowing, regularly does it. A small scattering ensures a healthy and steady growth. They can be sown in several ways, from straight in the ground, in containers or growbags and you want to sprinkle the seeds sparingly. Plant them 1cm deep and 1 inch apart in moist soil from Feb to August.
They are best planted in cooler conditions as this improves the quality of growth, enhancing their natural flavours. When the weather is warmer, make sure to water regularly and prevent their roots from splitting.
Adding mulch is always a good idea to help retain soil moisture. Radishes are great companion plants alongside cucumbers or peppers, as they will deter cucumber beetles which carry diseases from one plant to another. And they can even be planted as a catch crop to slow-growing veggies because they’re quick to crop.