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carrot Daucus carota

Predictions

carrot is an annual crop (living and reproducing in a single year or less)

Median lifespan of carrot plants is 162 days

First harvest expected 81 days after planting

Last harvest expected 164 days after planting

Photos of carrot harvests

Photos of carrot plants

Carrot has been planted 92 times by Growstuff members.

Sunniness Chart

Crop Map

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What people are saying about carrots

todo list

  • Plant more carrot
  • Plant the olive tree out front
  • Get new compost bin going
  • Clear out the tomato plants
  • Get a garden camera working
  • Get irrigator hooked up to home assistant
  • Install the xiaomi miflora in the herbs
  • Growstuff api!

Some of features id like

I like to automate the calculations, analysis, and plain old remembering what has happened in the garden.

Some of the challenges in my garden is knowing when it's too late to planting something, if it will cope with the weather conditions here, and working out what is killing the tomato. The broccoli went into the on seed, I think because it was planted too early.

I suspect I've got consistently great yields of potato and carrot, but I'd need to more diligently record that to find out.

Remembering what I planted where, to properly crop rotate, would be useful.

I've mostly been a summer gardener, so knowing what to plant for successful winter gardening would be great.

How to grow carrots

Grown for: root (8) tuber (6) whole plant (2)

Plant from: seed (63), seedling (10), (3)

Plant in: sun (55), semi-shade (21), (15)

Scientific names

  • Daucus carota

Alternate names

None known.

Carrot varieties

None known.

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