Heirloom. Open-pollinated. In the home garden, daikon have been grown for pickling, fermenting, relishes, stir-fries, salads, soups, and condiments. The tops are also edible and nutrient-rich. Daikon Radish is also great for food plots, winter cattle forage and soil improvements. Daikon Radish tap root looks like carrots growing to lengths of 18 to 24 inches. Deer eat both the green top and the radish itself. Daikon Radish is also used in soil improvements as well as cover crop. Daikon Radish is very aggressive and will germinate and thrive in most soils types around the world. Great for no till food plots. Fast-growing, will smother weeds. Handles grazing pressure well – sprouts new growth quickly. Protein levels in the top and root are better than 20%. Radishes aerate and loosen compacted soil even heavy clay.