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radish pods can you plant the whole pod?

 
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I had a bunch of radish that bolted , they are slow as can be to get the seed from the pod , so has any one tried just planting the whole pod?
our pac choy self sow but so far the radishes do not seem to self sow.

so since trying to remove the seed from the pod is very painfully slow . so can I just plant he dry pods ?

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Yes Sue, I don't plant radishes anymore, I let them seed themselves and now they are a weed. I actually prefer eating the immature seed pods more than the tuber, so I let most of them seed out.
 
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