Saturday, January 18, 2020


Over the past two weeks we have harvested 45kg of mooli radish a.k.a. daikon from one bed in one of our polytunnels (one bed and a fifth to be precise). These long crunchy white radishes are a real treat in January when crops are scarce. All 50 of our veg boxes had them last week, and the 18 standard veg boxes we produced yesterday had the last of them. There's still a few in our farm shop and at both St. Just and Pendeen farmers' markets this morning.
Jenny and Hannah, two of our wonderful local volunteers, harvesting mooli for last week's veg boxes.

Filling a wheelbarrow with mooli.

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