-Daikon Oilseed Radish is grown as a cover crop, for grazing, or in wildlife food plots.
-This crop is a cool season annual with an extra-long taproot great for breaking up compacted soils.
-The leafy top-growth provides great forage and both deer and livestock will dig up the long, flavorful taproots when mature.
-Livestock producers should be aware that when grazing radishes, other forages may be needed to provide a complete nutritional program.
-Daikon Oilseed Radish is best planted with oats, annual rye, sudan grass, or other types of forage to help provide enough dry matter for grazing.