Carrots take a long time to germinate, but they don’t take up much room in the garden. Thin carrots to two inches apart. Carrots are easy to grow. Most people are familiar with the orange carrots, but carrots can be found in other colors such as purple, white, red, or yellow.
How to Store Carrots:
Remove the tops, then place carrots in a plastic bag. Refrigerate for up to two weeks.
Carrots are fat free, saturated fat free, low in sodium, cholesterol free, an excellent source of vitamin A, and a good source of vitamin C.
A serving size of carrots is a carrot that is 7” long, ¼ “ diameter (78 grams). One serving of carrots contains 30 calories.
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this is a very interesting thing i figured out from my mom. and it works. it will produce carrots once you start transplanting it. and all you need to do for a couple of weeks is water it. don't worry about the sun or shade !!