Newhall Main Season Carrot


Newhall Main Season Carrot

(74 days) F-1 hybrid. In our spring 2019 storage-carrot tasting, we were hoping to simply confirm newcomer Naval’s refined dominance over well-known Bolero. Then out popped uniform thick deep orange 9" Newhalls from their bin, looking as perfect as the fall day when we stowed them away. With eyebrows raised in wonder after crisp sweet juicy sampling, we realized we now had two candidates who easily danced Bolero right off the table. Newhall is a bulky continental Nantes-type like Bolero, but with much better long-keeping ability and flavor. The impressive cylindrical crack-resistant roots with a slight taper are matched by strong healthy tall tops. Intermediate resistance to ALTS, BR, TLS, PM, LR. NEW!

2070 Newhall
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A: 1g for $3.90  
B: 3g for $9.00  
C: 6g for $15.00  
D: 24g for $45.00  
E: 120g for $200.00   ($190.00)
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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°.


  • 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.