Crop Failure - May be available in March
This variety is no longer available. It has been replaced with:
Carrot - Danvers Half Long
A favorite main crop carrot with root 6-7 inches long and 1 3/4 inches thick. Fine textured, tender bright orange flesh is rich in flavor and very sweet either cooked, raw or frozen. A heavy yielder and good keeper.
Some gardeners like to soak the seed a few hours before planting to aid in germination. Make successive sowing up to mid-July for full sized roots for winter storage. Plant Radish seeds in the row with Carrots. The Radishes will sprout quickly to mark the row, They will mature and can be harvested before the Carrots get too large.
Planting time - Early Spring to Mid-Summer
Matures in - 75 days
Germinates in - Very slow to germinate taking up to2-3
Sowing depth - 1/4 inch
Row spacing - 12-15 inches
Seed spacing - 1/2 inch
Thinning - when plants are 2-3 inches tall, thin to 2-3 inches apart
Net weight 1 G (Estimated 600 seeds)
Bulk Carrot seed available.
23,000 Seeds/oz. Plant 1/2oz per 100ft row.
3lbs of Carrot seed needed per acre.
Average Carrot yield per acre - 494 bushels cut, 800 bushels bunched.