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70 days. The original Danvers Half Long dates back to the 1870s. This strain “126” was improved in the 1940s. The old standard American carrot, adaptable and dependable. Thick 7” roots have good flavor. Productive.
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1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Nice carrots. Good taste.
What are the cons? None
I planted these way too close and didn't tend to them other than to keep them watered. I still got some nice carrots out of the patch. Also, my dogs would fight me over who actually got to eat them!
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21 Sep 2014
What are the pros? Very Productive even in Clay.
What are the cons? N/a
I grew several different carrots this spring and this was by far the most productive in my hard Missouri clay. The runner up would have to of been the Parisians. These just seemed to offer up the most carrot per sq. ft. compared to the others. Tastes great and the short, fat carrots are so easy to grow. I thinned them very minimally, planted to thick, and let them get weedy(none of which I would advocate), yet they still produced a bumper crop.
3 Jul 2014
4 out of 4 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Easy to grow
What are the cons? none
This was my 2nd attempt at growing carrots from seeds. My first attempt was unsuccessful due to lack of nutrients and minerals in my soil. But this attempt was very successful. Easy to grow seeds! Sweet and flavorful! Once I thinned them out a bit, they really took off.
22 Apr 2014
What are the pros? Flavor
This is my first attempt with Carrots in my garden and I can honestly say they performed and performed well. I will be growing these tasty carrots again.
By Lady Jean
18 Mar 2014
8 out of 8 people found the following review helpful:
This was my first garden and these carrots were great! Very sweet and crisp - nice flavor. They required minimal care and grew well in our clay soil (mixed with peat/compost). Planted in early September and pulled up most in late December. Definitely planting more in the early spring!
22 Dec 2013
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