Also known as rat's tail radish, serpent radish, or tail-pod. 'Rat-tail' doesn't produce edible tubers, but instead produces long bean-like pods. Cook the long seed pods like beans.
|Germination||Direct sow 1/2 deep, 3-4 weeks before last frost for spring crop. Sow again in late summer 6-8 weeks before first frost for fall crop.|
|Uses||edible*(flowers, leaves, oil, root, seeds, seedpods), medicinal*, utility (antibacterial, antifungal, oil, repellent)|
|Breed Status||Open Pollinated|
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