Carrot, Koral

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Carrot, Koral, Edible seeds, Daucus carota var Koral, 100 Seeds Per Pack, Organic, GMO Free, Heirloom

100 Seeds Per Pack

Name: Koral, Carrot
Scientific Name: Daucus carota var Koral
Family: Apiaceae

Koral carrots are popular in Europe for it deep orange roots which are 8-9 inches long and free of splitting and are considered one of the best variety for juicing. Easy to grow and tasty, this carrot may just become your favorite variety if you’re looking for a more traditional variety.

Origination: Central Asia
Recommended Uses: Culinary
Height: 40-60 cm
Hardiness: zones: USDA 3-11
Flower Color: yellow/white
Maturity: 75 days

Growing Instructions:
Plant after the threat of frost has passed in early spring in the full sun, or in an area with very little shade. The soil should be a sandy, well-drained loam. Heavier soils will cause the carrots to mature slowly and the roots will end up unattractive and rough.

Direct sowing is best as the taproot usually doesn’t respond well to replanting. Plant your carrots in rows that are 1 to 2 feet apart, seeds should be planted about a ½ inch deep and 1 to 2 inches apart. Wait for when your plants sprouts and when the they are 4 inches high, thin the plants to 2 inches apart, and thinning again later to 4 inches apart.

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