Red Arrow Radish Microgreen Seed Highlights
- Germination: 2 to 3 days
- Soak: No need
- Harvest: 6 to 10 days
- Flavor: Mild spice similar to radish bulbs with a pleasant earthy taste.
- Nutrients: Vitamin A, Thiamin (B1), Riboflavin (B2), Niacin (B3), Pantothenic Acid (B5), Vitamin B6, Folate (B9), Vitamin C, Calcium, Copper, Iron, Magnesium, Manganese, and Phosphorus.
These Red Arrow Radish microgreen seeds are bred explicitly for sprouting and microgreens. One of the more popular radishes in Japan. Use these microgreens to add zest to sushi, salads, and sandwiches. Especially Burgers!
Radish microgreens are quick to germinate, though the Red Arrow radishes are about a day behind other green leaf radishes but are vigorous growers once it gets going. They quickly reach 3- to 4-inches in height and are ready to harvest in 6- to 10-days.
Red Arrow Radish microgreens have medium-green to dark green leaves and are attractively lobed with pink to red stems.
Red Arrow Radish microgreens have a similar flavor to full-size radishes but a much milder spiciness and a pleasant earthiness flavor.
Radishes make the perfect edible garnish that will add a touch of color and spice to any dish. You can use radish microgreens in place of sliced radishes.
As mentioned, the flavor is spicy but not harsh.
Radishes are a staple microgreen because they grow quickly and easily and have excellent flavor and texture.
Red Arrow Radish Microgreen Seed Package Sizes
- The Home Microgreens tray seed packet weighs 5.5 grams and contains over 500 seeds.
- The 1010-tray seed packet weighs 14.7 grams.
We also sell Red Arrow Radish microgreen seed in the following size packages.
- By the ounce,
- 4-ounce bag, and
- 1-pound bag.
How Much Seed Do You Need For Your Tray?
You don’t need to worry about how much seed you need if you use Home Microgreen planting trays or 1010 trays. Each seed packet has the correct number of seeds for a perfect Red Arrow Radish microgreens tray.
The seeding area of a Home Microgreen Tray is 37.5 square inches.
However, if you’re using a different planting tray, use the calculator in the article below to figure out how much seed you need.
Click this link to use the calculator: Home Microgreens Seed Density Calculator.