This vigorous, traditional variety comes to us from Belgium. It is ideal for storage so it can stretch your yield out for use through the year. Its white color and strong taste make it ideas for stews, winter vegetable dishes, or carrot puree.
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.