By mila7272
1 years ago

Carrots

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These are a must in every fall garden. Their feathery foliage looks good in flower beds, so you can plant them even if you don’t have a vegetable patch. Plant carrot seeds 5 inches apart in well-prepared garden beds once the cool season begins. Loose, sandy soil, without stones works best for carrots. Do not add any manure to the soil as this may cause forking.

Start harvesting your carrots as soon as the roots have filled out, but a little frost will actually help sweeten them. Therefore, you can leave them in the ground under a thick layer of mulch after the first frost, and stagger the harvest throughout the winter.
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DAIANAGABAR good
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Violeta Nice
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MegyBella Great article
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LiaF7 I once grew carrots. :) Their quality has a lot to do with the soil's ingredients and consistency.
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soncee Nice
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