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Daucus carota var. sativus
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The Carrot Danvers 126, 'Daucus carota var. sativus', is excellent in heavy soils. In addition to the nice flavor, it is resistant to cracks and splits. The Danvers carrot was developed during the late nineteenth century in Connecticut. The Danvers 126 worked wonderfully when interplanted with onions and worked particularly well in the heavy soils because of it's higher fiber content. The tops are very strong, thus making harvesting easy.

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. Successive planting every 3 weeks until 70 days before the first fall frost extends the production season. 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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