INFO: This seed has been grown by a friend of mine for many years near Gallatin Gateway, Montana. A regionally adapted variety for sure folks. An orange carrot about 6 inches long, nearly 3 inches fat, enjoys clay soils, and is great for any carrot like foods. An old heirloom from many years back, so try this carrot if you wish please.
HOW TO: Direct seed and barely cover with dirt with the early Spring rains and keep moist until germination (up to 21 days). Scrap lumber laid over seeds aids in germination, just please lift them occasionally to prevent mold. Sow thick, then thin to about 3 inches and eat “thinings”. Enjoys rich dirt, earthworms, and irrigation.
SOWS AT LEAST A 15 FOOT ROW