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Scarlet Nantes
2042SN Scarlet Nantes Carrot (68 days) Open-pollinated. This old-time favorite Nantes variety with bright orange roots averaging 6–7" proves that good quality is not always expensive. Sweet with a small dark core. Received a high overall score in the 2005 Oregon State University trials. Has been our best-selling carrot in recent years.
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B=1/2oz for $2.80  
C=1oz for $4.20  
D=4oz for $8.40  
E=1lb for $21.00  
K=5lb for $98.00  
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Carrots

Daucus carota

⅛ oz packet sows 35 ft; 1 oz, 280 ft. 1 gram packet has more than 600 seeds and sows about 10 ft. Carrots average 18,000 seeds/oz with significant variations among varieties.

Culture: Very hardy. Early carrots can be sown by late April. Can take up to 3 weeks to germinate; keep rows from drying out for faster emergence. Sow carrots for winter storage in mid-late June. Thinning is critical: At 3" high thin to ½" apart, at 6" thin again to 1" apart. Minimal germination temperature 40°, optimal range 60–85°, optimal temperature 80°. Emergence takes 17 days at 50°, 10 days at 59°, 6 days at 77°, 48% normal seedlings at 41°, 96% normal at 68°.

Diseases:

  • ALTS: Alternaria Leaf Spot
  • CLS: Cercospora Leaf Spot
  • P: Pythium

ALTS shows up first on the oldest foliage as brown-black spots edged with yellow. Foliage blackens and shrivels as it develops and spreads. Maintaining a good crop rotation is the best preventive.

Weight equivalents

1 gram=.035 oz
3 grams=.106 oz
6 grams=.212 oz
24 grams=.851 oz
120 grams=4.24 oz
116 oz=1.77 g
⅛ oz=3.55 g
¼ oz=7.09 g
½ oz=14.2 g
1 oz=28.4 g