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Carrot Gardening Guides for Teachers


Carrot Gardening Guides for Students + Teachers + Organic School Gardens …

Carrot Gardening Guides for Students + Teachers + Organic School Gardens
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  • 1. Carrot Vegetable
  • 2. Carrot Growing guide Remove weeds by hand. Water fortnightly in dry weather for steady growth. If left dry for too long, sudden watering or rain can cause the roots to ‘split’ open GROW PLANT Regularly sow seed 1cm deep in rows 10-15cm apart.Thin seedlings to 7cm. Remove thinnings so not to attract ‘carrot root fly’. Choose deep sandy soil for long roots Equipment needed Horticultural fleece Start lifting roots when still quite small, eating thinnings and leaving others grow on.Twist off the leaves rather than cutting. Lift maincrop carrots for storage from September EAT J Suggested varieties: Nantes 2, Napoli F1 (early); Flakkee, Resistafly F1 (maincrop) Vegetable Spring Term F M Sow indoors A Summer Term M J J Sow outdoors 2.5cm = 1 inch 30 cm = 1 foot A Plant out/transplant Autumn/Winter Term S O N D Harvest Use cloche Give it a go… Average time to harvest 10 weeks (early); 16 (maincrop) Germination time 17 days Average plant size 30cm tall, 15cm wide Family group to grow with Apiaceae: parsnip, celery Seed saving group 4 - Biennial, needs isolation Key nutritional content Vitamin A