There's always a bit of a gamble with crops below ground, particularly
radishes which have a habit of making a convincing plant but an unconvincing
Gently push some of the soil away from where the plant meets the soil, and
you should be able to see if it's a thickish root, and if the shoulder of it
looks broad enough, pull it. Do you know what variety they are, and when
they were sown?
lemme get this right, you grew 12 radishes?
Plant more seeds then you can mush the soil around to see the root buld
as it develops. Also, when you grow say, one row of radishes it's easy
to see them develop and know when to pick.
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