... Alternaria blight and powdery mildew. Nantes x Imperator type. Avg. 17,300 seeds/lb. Packet: 250 seeds. GROWING INFORMATION SCIENTIFIC NAME: Daucus carota var. sativus CULTURE: Carrots ...
Very full-sized Nantes, with strong dark green tops and cylindrical, smooth, blunt roots. A specialized variety with a sweet taste when sown in fall for winter harvest. Earliness: Very early Suitable for: Bunching Shape product: ...
Early maincrop to maincrop maturity. Uniform, smooth roots Suitable for black land or processing Very high yield of long, strong roots
Early bunching carrot that can be grown in batches throughout the season. Medium foliage. Pleasant flavor. Use: for bunching, fresh Sowing depth: 1-2 cm Seed spacing between the row: 25-35 cm Seed ...
A high quality Nantes/ Berlicum type carrot with long, slender, and cylindrical roots. This variety has good resistance to Alternaria dauci and was developed for tropical markets. It has a very vigorous and rustic plant ...
... for heavier soils and containers! The small, conical roots of Carrot 'Royal Chantenay' have broad shoulders and strong foliage making them easier to pull when harvesting. This short carrot can be sown ...
... Europe, carrot quiet well adapted to hot areas. The Nantes an Chantenay types have good results in cold season especially if the average temperature remains below 25°C. They can be grown all year long in elevated areas. ...
An early versatile variety, which can be sown from very early until late for a wide production period. Strong healthy tops, with a good root to top ratio.
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