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commonly known as: radish • Bengali: মুলো mulo • Gujarati: મૂળો mulo • Hindi: मौली mauli, मूलक mulak, मूली muli • Kannada: ಮೋಲಮ್ಗಿ molamgi, ಮೂಲಮ್ಗಿ mulamgi, ಮುಲ್ಲಮ್ಗಿ mullamgi • Kashmiri: मुजू muju • Konkani: मूळो mulo • Malayalam: മൂലാഭം molabham, മുള്ളങ്കി mullaanki, പാടീരം patiram • Marathi: मुळा mula • Sanskrit: मूलक mulaka, मूलिका mulika • Tamil: முள்ளங்கி mullanki • Telugu: ముల్లంగి mullangi • Urdu: فجل fujul
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Native to: Eurasia (origin obscure); cultivated widely in south Asia
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A number of cultivars are known being rounded or elongate in shape, and white or reddish in colour.
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Both leaves and fleshy root are consumed as vegetable, as salad and garnishing. Young pods also cooked as vegetable; 
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Shantiniketan , District Birbhum, West Bengal January 2010; Lohari Panipat; Raphanus sativus – efloraofindia | Google Groups


 

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–  Vernacular name : Radish मूली मुळा


 


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Brassicaceae (mustard, or cabbage family) » Raphanus sativus
RAF-an-us — quickly appears
sa-TEE-vus — cultivated
Native to: Eurasia (origin obscure); cultivated widely in south Asia
Edible use:
… root (as VEGETABLE)
… the entire plant and the tops (as VEGETABLE)
… Wikipedia<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radish>

Its fruits known as Singra or Mungra are also used as vegetable


Red raddish relished as salad



 

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Fruits & Vegetables Week: Raphanus sativus, the Radish: Raphanus sativus, the radish, both leaves and leaves are consumed as vegetable, as salad and garnishing. Young pods also cooked as vegetable. A number of cultivars are known being rounded or elongate in shape, and white or reddish in colour.



 

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Raphanus sativus from Kaithal-2012: This one is Raphanus sativus Linn., Sp. Pl. 2: 669, 1753 in full bloom along with visitors, shot from my village in Kaithal, in January 2012.


Beautiful flowers of Mooli………..



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Identifying flower: habitat: garden…place: ambala cantt: Please help me to identify this plant..
Descriptions:
Place: Ambala Cantt
Month: December
Habit: Erect
Habitat: Garden
Height: About 1 foot
Stem: Green , weak
Leaves: Large
Flower: White , 6 stamens,4 long and 2 short..,green coloured nectaries at the base of stamens..,,purple coloured streaks on petals
I think family: Brassicaceae

I think it is Raphanus sativus. Called as Singra or Mungra used as vegetable


Yes this does look like Radish. Dont look at the flower, take out the root and taste :P….


Yes Raphanus sativus



 

… has excellent photos of this plant , equally excellent captures by … All i have some leaves, fresh from a kitchen garden, not mine!
Species : Raphanus sativus L.
Bengali name : MULO / MULA
Date : 9/11/12

Place : Hooghly



 

Raphanus sativus, the radish, both leaves and fleshy root are consumed as vegetable, as salad and garnishing. Young pods also cooked as vegetable.
A number of cultivars are known being rounded or elongate in shape, and white or reddish in colour.

Photographed from California and Delhi.


Its Salad time now…or time for “Muli ke Parathe…”



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Brassicaceae Week ::180911- PKA17- ::Raphanus sativus ? at Turtuk, Ladakh:  I think this plant from Turtuk, Ladakh is Raphanus sativus?
Date/Time: 18-09-2011 / 05:45PM


I think yes


RAF-an-us — quickly appears
sa-TEE-vus — cultivated

commonly known as: radish • Bengali: মুলো mulo • Gujarati: મૂળો mulo • Hindi: मौली mauli, मूलक mulak, मूली muli • Kannada: ಮೋಲಮ್ಗಿ molamgi, ಮೂಲಮ್ಗಿ mulamgi, ಮುಲ್ಲಮ್ಗಿ mullamgi • Kashmiri: मुजू muju • Konkani: मूळो mulo • Malayalam: മൂലാഭം molabham, മുള്ളങ്കി mullaanki, പാടീരം patiram • Marathi: मुळा mula • Sanskrit: मूलक mulaka, मूलिका mulika • Tamil: முள்ளங்கி mullanki • Telugu: ముల్లంగి mullangi • Urdu: فجل fujul
Native to: Eurasia (origin obscure); cultivated widely in south Asia
References: Flowers of IndiaPIERWikipediaFloridataPFAFM.M.P.N.D.

at Manali on 02 JUN 08


very nice
never knew mulo gaach ie radish plant can look this gorgeous


Beautiful flowers …  Here is one photo taken from a market.
Place : Grant Road, Mumbai
Date : 08.11.2012



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Brassicaceae Week: Raphanus sativus from Kaithal: This one was shot from District Kaithal, Haryana, March 2011, in cultivationRaphanus sativus


… liked the first image the most – the close-up of the flower – more specifically the color / tinge of it’s petals.



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efloraofindia: For ID 271112SP13: Please help me to identify this flower.
Location – Chakrata.

Date: 10/10/2011
habitat : Wild


Looks like Raphanus sativus



 

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Vegetable for ID : Brassicaceae Family : Oman : 120213 : AK-1:  seen this cultivated vegetable in a farm, on 1/2/2013 along with other common vegetables like Cauliflower, Cabbage, Brinjals, etc.
Plants were around 3 feet tall with purple flowers.
Any idea about the id?

Leaves edible.


Raphanus sativus


… seems to be correct.

matches good with Raphanus sativus L.



 

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Forwarding photographs of a wonderful Raphanus sativus:  Please give a look at amazing nature’s wonders…It is a reddish of our garden…It looks like “SHIVLING”


Wow, its really amazing!!!
You may like to preserve it (in 70% ethanol or FAA solution).


Funny…I imagine where it starts and where it ends?


… thanks for sharing. It’s wonderful.


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“For Id 110413MP2” :
Date/ Time- 13/03/2013 at around 12:50 pm.

Location- Village Nawagarh, District Gumla, Jharkhand.
23. 46’17.99” N, 86.13’55.24” E, elevation 222m, eye altitude 1.37 km.

Habitat- Garden, wild.


These are fruits of radish plant (Raphanus sativus).



 

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Raphanus sativus Flowers : For ID Confirmation : 280114 : AK-29 : Attachments (2). 4 posts by 3 authors.

Seen at a farm with other vegetables.

Kindly confirm id.


Thanks … for sharing.


Thanks for validation.



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Vegetable For ID : Flower Show,Mumbai : 170214 : AK-10 : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3).

The vegetable resembles a Beet, but the leaves look like that of Raddish.

Never seen a Raddish so large before.

Id please.


Raphanus sativus Radish



 

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Memari-skDec11 – Raphanus sativus L. : 10 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (5)

Sorry for out-of-focus pod pic.


Very nice, …

Pods are what we call Mogri in gujarati and eat them in salads and very quick saute…

I found some being grown in the staff housing near the annual car rally, the pods were inviting.. i took a few pictures and the lady of the house came out yelling , but turned to smiles when she discovered that all i wanted was to take pictures…
and we get mogri in  the vegetable markets were there is a sizable gujarati , marathi and konkani/ goan population… the sabziwalas make a bundle
I had seen a couple of pictures many years ago in a travel magazine where these pods/mogri-fruits-pods were served in bowls in a bar along with beer in germany…  those were the days when we still had east and west germany… that’s how old the information is …    and i had taken the picture ot my local grocery store manager to see if he could find me those pods…
and he did a year later… and he kept selling them out totally for about  a week or two.. when the local farm ran out of their radish crop…  and we did this for about a couple of more years till we moved
but have not found a real reference  about use in germany …

some intrepid traveler can perhaps get a picture or two and a story to go with it…

may be NALINI can


Thank you …, didn’t know pods can be eaten, thank you so much for the detail.


well …., as far as i remember the pods you are talking about we call in maharashtra “Dingri“. Am I correct …?

Mula or rettisch (german) has many forms. we get here long mula about 40 cm white, round, black and round, then we also get Radieschen, mostly red, which are much smaller.
All are differently sharp in taste. we also buy seeds and sprouts are eaten in salad. round rettisch is mostly eaten with bear, one gets thursty after eating salted rettisch and it is good for the barkeepers pocket.
In Pune my mom used to cut the top of the mula with tiny green leaves and put it in soil. The plant produces the pods “dingri”.
I try that here too but depending upon the weather i get the pods or not.
I take this opportunity to wish you all merry X’mas and and a very happy new year.


Great response …

now that we have talked of this

if you’ll keep it in mind and take pictures if you ever see them in germany or that neck of the woods  even supermarket or open air farmers market

it would be very interesting to find that two different widely different cultures eat the pods

I’ll look forward to it…

whenever serendipity  finds it for you …

its welcome

Yes Merry Christmas and a very happy new year to you and yours.

… does not automatically look at all cases here anymore

I will forward this thread to her…


This is the picture of seeds of radish. I can’t say if it is red or white variety. I haven’t seen any other than the red or white or reddish-white. Both red and white are of same size. We eat only the root and leaves. I do not have any story on seeds, except that I bought a few today. To me radish leaves are tasy SHAK/ SHAG (leafy veg.).

In our childhood we used to eat GOTA-SEDDHO during Saraswati Puja. It was not that tasty but novel surely.. in the sense that we did not eat GOTA-SEDDHO during any other time of the year. Radish played an important part in GOTA-SEDDHO! Surely not all vegetables were cooked whole, ie. without chopping them, as have been described in the websites.


don’t eat the seeds
these are surely sold for growing radishes
so may have been coated/treated with many chemicals to prevent sprouting on their own
and anti-fungal and anti-helmenthic meds and god only knows what else..
it does not seem to be a highly controlled/inspected  affair
EATING the seedpods is a different story…
if i find some this winter i’ll post the pictures in this thread


Yes, Didi, I bought those for growing the plant.


i forgot nice link for gota seddho
is that what your mom does?

pl ask and write down.. and share


Didi, my mom doesn’t cook GOTA-SEDDHO. I used to visit our ancestral home, in Memari, several times a year. I ate GOTA-SEDDHO there, with my cousins and uncles…



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Raphanus sativus L. (accepted name) ??? : 4 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (7)
Location: Bojepokhari, Lalitpur, Nepal
Altitude: 4200 ft.
Date: 28 January 2017

I think matches with images at Raphanus sativus


 


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SK607 01 JUL-2017:ID : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (6)

Location: Chaile, Mustang, Nepal
Date: 9 April  2017

Altitude: 10500 ft.

Raphanus sp?

I think matches with images at Raphanus sativus L.


 


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Raphanus sativus : Confirm ID : 120313 : AK-2 : Seen at a farm near Muscat on 25/1/13.

Is this our common Radish?

Kindly confirm id.


Yes.



 

 


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