The Carrot Healthmaster, 'Daucus carota var staivus (hybrid)', is a new big hunk of carrot weighing in at around 1.5 pounds. It also contains 35% more vitamin A value than any Danvers carrot. This carrot will have a length of 10 inches and a crown of 3 inches and weigh more than a pound. The Healthmaster is resistant to growth cracks and has excellent flavor. Even with the long growth period, they will mature anywhere regular carrots are grown if planted in the spring. Thsi carrot is great for juicers.
Carrot seed germinates in soils as cold as 45 degrees, but performs best in warm soils. The first sowing should be 2 to 4 weeks before the last frost. In very warm climates carrots are grown primarily in the fall. The single most important factor in growing carrots is to have a deep, clod and rock free, well drained soil. A 50% peat moss mix with the soil is ideal. Even moisture is essential.
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