The main trick to having milder radish flavor (versus hot and spicy) is to harvest them as soon as they're mature. Don't leave them in the ground or they get hot and woody. In addition, they taste better when you grow them in cooler weather and keep the ground moist. Otherwise, you get what you get! Frankly, they grow SO quickly that you can seed every few weeks.The best time for Florida is September through March.
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