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CARROTS Approximately 25,000 seeds per OZ.
PLANTING: Any deep, good fine soil will grow carrots. From early spring to mid-summer, you can plant carrots.
In fine, deeply tilled soil, direct sow seeds, 1/4-1/2″ deep, 1″ apart in a row or a band. Do not let soil crust over
until seedling emerge. You may want to plant some radishes with your carrots seeds, as they will emerge earlier
and help break up the crust. After emergence, thin seedling to 1-2″ apart. You will need 1/2 oz per 100′ row or
3 pounds per acre. HARVEST: Carrots can be dug anytime after they have a good bright orange color. This is
the stage they develop their flavor. Use fresh, can or freeze for later use.
PKT size: about 1/4 oz except Ingot F1 contains about 1/16 oz.