Medium-early variety (70 days from sowing to ripening). The root vegetable is black, rounded, with a diameter of 6-9 cm. The flesh is white, juicy, and delicate in taste. Sowing can be done both in spring for summer-autumn consumption and from mid-July for late-autumn and winter consumption. Root crops are suitable for winter storage. sown in the second half of summer.
When growing radishes, the seeds are embedded in the soil 2 cm deep, sowing them into the grooves. The soil must be kept moist before emergence. After the emergence of radish shoots, they are thinned out for the first time. and after 25 days they thin out a second time. Thus, the distance between the root crops of the black radish should be 10 cm. If an arrow appears in the root crop, then such a radish plant is removed from the garden.
Seeds do not require pre-sowing treatment (Etched. Poisonous.).