Deeptill radish
Family: Brassicaceae

Latin name: Raphanus sativus longipinnatus

Family: Brassicaceae


Agronomic characteristics

This type of radish is distinguished by its elongated root, a good part of which protrudes from the surface of the soil (the fodder radish has a more rounded root on the surface, like a turnip). That make it a good species for soil structuration. This radish is easier to destroy than forage radish, either chemically, by rolling or tilling the soil. It is also more gel-sensitive. The Chinese radish produced biomasses comparable to those of the forage radish. This radish is very late in flowering.

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