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  1. JWK

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    I have been watering much more than usual and my efforts have paid off. Chinese Dragon is a little variable in size but very tasty:
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      And also wins the prize for the best name for a small vegetable!
       
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        By Jove, I think you're getting the hang of it.
         
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          Of course the Radish Pagodas work.

          About thirty days after sowing the seeds into the prototype.
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          Four from the top and four from the side cut-outs.
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          You can see that they bulb up faster nearer the top of the pagoda.



          About twenty-seven days after sowing the seeds into version 2.1.
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            Today's pickings.
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            They were sown in between rows of Gai Choy (Chinese mustard greens).
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              Repeating a similar combination in early August in a different box.
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              Today's French Breakfast pickings.
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