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Nov 19, 2020 | 19:57 1 we have talked about this before, but if anyone hasn't tried Nantes carrots from outlook yet sold in Co-ops , they're very good ! usually only around until 2nd or third week in dec . a great tasting food grown right here in Sask Reply With Quote
Nov 19, 2020 | 20:06 2 The resident gardener just dug the rest of ours last week. She grew Nantes and another variety, but didn't know which was which.

But these are some of the sweetest carrots we have ever grown. A nice long, very slender carrot.

50/50 chance I s'pose. Reply With Quote
Nov 19, 2020 | 21:21 3 We grow all our Carrots and this year the nicest Carrots that I remember. Stored in dry peat moss in the cold room they stay good until next summer.
My wife planted Nantes and Sweetness and we feel the Sweetness are the sweetest. Reply With Quote
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  • Nov 19, 2020 | 23:08 4
    Quote Originally Posted by seldomseen View Post
    We grow all our Carrots and this year the nicest Carrots that I remember. Stored in dry peat moss in the cold room they stay good until next summer.
    My wife planted Nantes and Sweetness and we feel the Sweetness are the sweetest.
    Carrots were nuts this year. High yield and phenomenal flavour. Agree on the winner variety as well. Carrots are one of the crops that do well in our garden. Over the years, one learns which vegetables are suited. Easy to harvest and store too. Reply With Quote
    Nov 19, 2020 | 23:48 5 This yr I dug a root cellar ,put potatoes ,spaghetti squash,pumpkins,onions, and carrots in plastic bags and some in sand. I dont know what is best, any suggestions as best way to store carrots.
    So far all I have tried is potatoes and squash both are good,if you can call squash good,still trying to find a satisfactory recipe,every one is new to me. Reply With Quote
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  • Nov 20, 2020 | 08:32 6 Horse, our friends have their root cellar under their shop. Potatoes and turnips keep for the whole winter in jute bags. Carrots and beets in plastic bags with paper towel in each bag. Reply With Quote
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