Daucus carota

Botanical Name: Daucus carota

Common Name(s): Carrots

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Description:

Carrots come in many shapes and sizes. They are adaptable to different climatic conditions and can be grown throughout most of the year, although sowing in early winter may result in plants going to seed without forming roots.

Family: Apiaceae

Synonym: Daucus carota var. carota

Botanical Pronunciation: DAW-kus kuh-ROE-tuh

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Deciduous
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Semi Frost Hardy
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Non Indigenous
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Full Sun
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Moderate Watering

Common Pests and Diseases

Aphids, cutworm. Leaf blight during prolonged wet weather.

Flowers

Foliage

Harvest

Harvest within three to four months from sowing, or when they reach the desired size.

Interesting Info

Carrots come in many shapes and sizes. They are adaptable to different climatic conditions and can be grown throughout most of the year.

Maintenance

Keep well watered, a thin mulch will be beneficial.

Origin

Eastern Europe

Planting Instructions

Sow seed directly into beds or rows where they are to mature; sow thinly and cover with about 10mm of soil. Seedlings may take up to three weeks to emerge; take care to keep the soil damp until they do.

Soil Conditions

Carrots prefer sandy loam soil that has been enriched with organic material for a previous leafy crop. Fresh organic material will cause malformed and forked roots.

Storage Organ

cenoura

Yield

A 5m-long row should be enough for a family of four. Sow every six weeks in the season.

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