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Radishes can be eaten youngRadishes can be eaten young -- no more than 1 inch in diameter. Radishes can bloom if the weather is too hot; some of the spring varieties do best in cool temperatures. You may need to plant this variety earlier. Another reason that radishes don't develop is because they are seeded too closely and they are not thinned enough.

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