Jan 21, 2012
What a poor harvest!
As I mentioned in the last blog, timely thinning-out is very important for all vegetable gardeners. And I realized again today what really happened after I skipped thinning-out. I would like to share my fault with you and I'm very happy if you can learn from my poor result of my daikon radishes.
All of my daikon radishes were mature but very short. I've been waiting for better growth of them for months but I decided to pull out all of them since they would be bolted if they had been left in soil.
The poor harvest is definitely caused by me. I didn't thinned them out timely and properly. I should have thinned them out to make enough space ( about 5-inch space ) between radishes.