Rat-tailed radish

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(Bot.) an herb (Raphanus caudatus) having a long, slender pod, which is sometimes eaten.

See also: Radish

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The so-called 'rat-tailed radish', grown for its green or purple 20-60 cm long pods, is rather important in India and eastern Asia, but only of minor importance for Asian immigrants in East Africa, where it is called 'mogri'.
Wants: anything of Cherokee origin like Cherokee Wax, humpback, Creaseback, Caseknife, Lazy Wife; any runners or half runners, pole beans, cowpeas, soybeans, grains, stock beets, okra, Peacevine cherry tomato, Fillbasket brussels sprouts, OP broccoli, peanuts, popcorn, sweet potatoes, yams (1920s to 1940s), any herbs (medicinal or other), rat-tailed radish, cattails, tea herbals, melons, mushroom spawns and fragrant flowers
For example, we grew "Rat-Tailed Radishes," the seedpod off particular radish varieties.