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You might want to plant them at the borders of your greens. You want to use them to draw the pill bugs aways from your greens. You can pull up and discard the damaged radishes. And just plant some more. They're cheap and germinate fast.
And if you get lucky, Dean, and the roly-polys don't get all of them, some will bolt - the seed pods of radishes are a real treat. Cut a few radish leaves to mix with the mustard when you steam them - good eatin'.
There is still some some small holes from the flee beatles. I want to apply some diatemous earth, but it had been raining. There also slightly yellow looking. Are they supposed to be yellowish? I thought dark green would be better.
doccat, No, my mustard greens don't show any of the syptoms of disease listed on that website. Maybe, fertility related, I did use some 6-2-2 fertilizer. Or perhaps those darn flea beatles are sucking the life out of the plants. Today no rain is forecasted so I'll apply the diatomaceous earth.