Rotting oilseed radishes
When I first read about oilseed
radishes, the only
negative report claimed that the cover crop stinks to high heaven when
rotting in the spring. I haven't noticed any odor at all from my
decaying oilseed radishes, but their dead bodies do catch the eye with
their striking poses.
they rot just a bit more than is shown in the two photos above, the
radishes also catch the attention of the local worms. I broke one
radish in half and was surprised to see this earthworm tunneling
through the decaying center.
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