This yellow, large carrot has a strong flavor. It has strong and healthy foliage which gives it a solid root for storage. It stores well until spring to give you ingredients all year. It can be eaten fresh, but its specialty is in the flavour. It adds that special something to your sauces and stews all winter long.
For storage carrots, sow from June to early July in rows at 30 cm spacing. Keep the rows weed free and do not add fresh compost. If carrots are crowded, thin out to 2–3 cm between plants within the row. Carrots do well intercropped with onions to maximize field space.
Sowing quantity 30 - 40 g/Are