ericMillmill (el 09/05/13 a las 9:33 am)
They're called roots
jordinho13 (el 25/04/13 a las 1:58 pm)
HD or it didn't happen.
MurrellProductions (el 16/04/13 a las 1:08 pm)
I was just wandering how you filmed this. is it filmed up against glass? im looking to shoot something similar at the moment
edina3535 (el 11/04/13 a las 9:21 am)
very cool to be able to watch the whole plant in time lapse, did ya notice how the roots of the radishes sown just a bit deeper grew longer and stronger... took a little longer to break the surface, but the stem was slightly thicker.interesting video, thanks for sharing this, I see you did one for corn, too,will take a look at that one as well
criscros7 (el 10/04/13 a las 7:10 am)
Root hairs. They greatly increase the surface area of the root and with it the plant's ability to absorb nutrients and water.
Goldenrod636 (el 02/04/13 a las 12:33 am)
What is the white fluffy stuff?
Turksemployee ShinRa (el 19/02/13 a las 10:14 am)
So i guess radishes grow faster when you lay the banjo. Who knew.
jojyyynet2013 (el 16/02/13 a las 2:54 pm)
bHIPman (el 07/02/13 a las 1:20 am)
40 GMO Monsanto employees unliked this video.
SteelersFans99 (el 25/01/13 a las 7:15 pm)
do the roots look fibrous or taproot so we can tell if it is a monocot or dicot