Organic Lunar White Carrot Seeds (500mg)

Product Number: LUNAR
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Organic Lunar White Carrots (500mg) Description:
Lunar White Carrots grow vigorously, producing creamy white roots that are almost entirely coreless and have a mild, sweet flavor. Because of their color, Lunar White Carrots make an elegant addition to salads and roast vegetable dishes. Grow these organic carrots in your garden using Lunar White Carrot seeds from Patriot Seeds. With our open-pollinated, non-GMO, 100% heirloom seeds, you can grow, harvest, and replant the carrots endlessly. You can also store any unused seeds for 5+ years in their re-sealable, military-grade Mylar packages. When you're ready to declare your food independence, buy Patriot Seeds!

Organic Carrots: Lunar White Planting Instructions:
Carrots do best in full sun and will take about 60 to 75 days between planting and harvest. Sow seeds after the danger of frost has passed. Use well-worked soil for best results. Carrots thrive in soil that is loose and light. Use compost if the soil is too heavy. Plant seeds in rows 12" apart and cover with 1/2 inch of light soil. Firm gently and water evenly. Once the seedlings are 3" tall, thin to 2 to 4" apart, depending on the desired carrot size. Keep the area well-weeded. Water consistently during dry seasons.

Organic Carrots: Lunar White Harvesting Instructions:
Before harvesting, soak the soil to make pulling the carrots easier. When you pull the carrots, twist the tops off. Cut the greens off the top to about 1/4 to 1/2 inch above the shoulder. To store carrots for the winter, twist off the tops but do not wash them. Layer the carrots in damp sand or sawdust. In warmer climates, you may also leave the carrots in the garden over winter, topped with a thick layer of mulch.

Did You Know This About Carrots?
Scientists believe that bio fuels will be the answer to our future energy needs when oil runs out. Perhaps within 10 years, one such fuel will be carrots. Imagine running your car on carrots! It would take approximately 6000 carrots to drive one mile.

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