Among the best and fastest growing foods for deer. Radishes are members of the cabbage family (Brassica). Daikon Radish break up soil compaction by growing a taproot up to 16" in depth. Daikon Radish grow up to 1-3 feet in height producing a large leafy top for deer forage.
Fertility - Daikon Radish grows best on well drained soils with a pH of 5.5-8.5. Fertilize according to soil test.
Seeding Instructions - Plant fall or spring food plots with Daikon Radish. In fall, plant food plots August 15 - October 31 or four weeks before the first freeze. In spring food plots, plant when soil temperatures are between 45-85, March through May 31, Broadcast seed at 15-20 lbs/acre or 10-15 lbs/acre in food plot mix and disk or drag the soil to a depth of 1/4 to 1/2 inch.
Wildlife Food Plot Advantage - Daikon Radishes are a fast growing food plot seed producing up to 8,000 lbs forage yield/acre. Daikon Radishes also break up soil compaction by growing a large taproot which deer eat.