On February 1, I decided to germinate radish seeds using the PAPER TOWEL METHOD for quick germination. Three days later I planted the germinated seeds in a window box type container and placed it in my south facing windows. I used a ‘store bought’ organic potting mix and mixed in some worm castings along with a little Azomite rock dust. I planted the germinated seeds about an inch apart. Five days later the seedlings poked through the soil. I read that you shouldn’t fertilize radishes too much. A good loose organic rich soil is what they want. Along with keeping the soil moist. If you do fertilize too much the radish will put a lot of growth to the leaves and not grow a large bulb (root). So I followed these instructions. I picked my first radish 50 days after planting the seeds. I picked the first radishes when they were on the smaller side. This gave more room for the other radishes to get larger. I guess I could have planted them farther apart or just thinned them. To me ‘thinning’ is wasteful so I decided to just eat the first picking when they were on the small side. At 65 days I was harvesting FULL SIZE radishes. Mission accomplished…growing great radishes indoors.