Video: Daikon Is Interesting And Useful. Beneficial Features. Planting And Growing. Good Advice. Video
2023 Author: Ava Durham | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-27 07:13
Hello dear gardeners, gardeners and flower growers. It's winter outside, there is not much to do, especially in the garden, in the vegetable garden, so now is a good time to purchase seeds, and especially those crops that, perhaps, you have never tried to grow in your own home. I want to tell you today about such an interesting and useful culture as the daikon. Radish, a close relative, you all know, radish - the same thing. They are all one relative, all one family, but the tastes are completely different.
Dear ones, if you are eating radishes and your heart hurts, then in no case should you do this. There are a lot of oils, a lot of essential oil, a lot of hard fiber, which irritates the digestive tract in the strongest way, affects the heart, kidneys, and liver. So just these cultures are not useful to you at all. And please don't try to overuse them during the summer. But now there are many different varieties of daikon on sale. Daikon, although a close relative, and, nevertheless, he is completely harmless just for those sores that occur in our bodies. It is very pleasant, the fiber is much softer, does not irritate the intestines, does not irritate the stomach, oils are not so pronounced. There are a variety of sizes and colors. But I want to tell you a story like thishow did daikon become so widespread in the East.
Initially, a daikon grew in China, or rather, it was not called a daikon at that time, but a radish, under the name "forehead". He grew up, for many millennia the Chinese ate this culture, it was one of the main cultures.
Then the close neighbors from Japan dragged to themselves such a variety called the forehead, and this kind, and they began to engage, perhaps even at first and involuntarily, in hybridization. There are a lot of cruciferous plants around, and the forehead, crossing with one or another plant, received, firstly, a very wide distribution throughout Japan, the inhabitants really liked it, and at the moment they have bred about 1000 varieties of this culture. Can you imagine what a huge variety? These are taste, size, and shape.
See what forms. These are only the main forms of the main varieties. Can you imagine, huh? How interesting. Most importantly, from the picture it is still difficult to see what kind of mass they are. Of course, there are small fruits, for example, these are. There are slightly smaller ones, but there are specimens that are grown on volcanic rocks overgrown with vermicompost. Looseness, high nutritional value, plus more precipitation. Precipitation is about 4 meters per year. Can you imagine, huh? But this is a very average fruit in size, it is still quite a small fruit. This variety should grow somewhere around 50-60 cm in height, fairly even, smooth in diameter. Let's cut it open now. I will show you how plump, juicy, tender the pulp is. Do you see how it is cut? Can we cut our Russian black radish like that with you? Of course not. Look at what whitenesshow much juice. I smell - the smell is pleasant, gentle. Not so, I will be our radish, especially when you grate this radish, there are carrots and fragrant sunflower oil. That's really the spirit that!.. This is a very gentle culture.
When planting, it is enough to know the diameter of the root crop in the maximum size, and plant after the same distance. You will collect a dozen or even two dozen kilograms of this wonderful, healthy, delicious root vegetable per square meter.
What else would I like to note? The daikon is stored very well in our stores, say, under the same conditions as potatoes. Wonderful. Does not dry out, does not lose its taste. Therefore, I believe, given that the growth is very fast in root crops, we plant them, as a rule, in the second half of summer, because the day is waning, the coolness of the soil, the coolness of the air at night contributes to the fact that the peduncle does not form, does not form a large mass of leaves, and all the forces go to the root crop. And literally in 2-2.5 months, having sown seeds somewhere, say, July 10, you get full-fledged, tasty, juicy, healthy roots by October.
Dear ones, the soil must be loose. If you plant long-fruited, then please make sure that the soil is still of a good structure, the way does not come across stones, some boulders, and some solid large inclusions. Otherwise, you will not get such flat, smooth fruit. So, I hope that if you make even a small bed, literally 2 meters in area, plant 2-3 varieties of daikon in order to understand which one is tastier for you - you will get a huge harvest. I want to say that you will definitely have two good 40-kilogram bags. So, dear ones, try this culture. I'm sure you will like it. The soil should have a reaction of about 6.5. All. Watering, whatever the weather will be, and you get good seeds, and, again, you will get a wonderful harvest.
I say goodbye to you. Now there is time to think. Think carefully, and be sure to purchase seeds, and then you will get a wonderful harvest.
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