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Organic Atomic Red Carrot  Organic Non-GMO Atomic Red Carrot - OPEN-POLLINATED

Bright red carrots sure to create a bang! Cooking brightens the color and flavor of these eye-catching roots - and they get their color from lycopene, a cancer-preventing antioxidant. Performs best in fall slots, but ranks high throughout the season. Combine with white and yellow carrots for a beautiful market display. Uniform size · 8-10" Imperator-type (Daucus carota)

Days to maturity: 70 days
SKU Description Our price
2323A 1/32 OZ $2.75 Out of stock for 2016
2323B 1/8 OZ $6.50 Out of stock for 2016
2323C 1/2 OZ $18.90 Out of stock for 2016
2323D 2 OZ $63.80 Out of stock for 2016
2323E 1/2 LB $180.00 Out of stock for 2016
2323L001 1 LB $290.00 Out of stock for 2016
2323L005 5 LB $1200.00 $240.00/LB Out of stock for 2016
2323L025 25 LB (includes $14 S&H) $4964.00 $198.00/LB Out of stock for 2016

Unit Size
Carrot Variety Comparison Chart

Item Code Variety Name Heirloom Seed* Baby Carrot Production DTM Color Full Root Size Root Shape Standout Characteristics
Early Season 2322 Napoli F1   R, P 45 baby, 55 full orange 6-7" Nantes all-season carrot, great flavor and sweetness earlier than others, good as for fresh eating and storage, strong tops, good for high tunnel and over-wintering
 Early Season 2336 Yaya F1   R, P 50 baby, 60 full orange 6" Nantes excellent flavor and texture, uniform, tops are short but hold up well for bunching, does well in many planting densities, main season choice for commercial growers, good for bunching/storage/soup
 Early Season 2321 Jeannette F1   R 50 baby, 65-75 full orange 8-9" Nantes excellent for baby and full size carrots. Uniform, good color and taste with strong tops. Sweet, good flavor and texture.
Main Season 2328 Miami F1   R   60 orange 6" Nantes early or main season carrot with stout roots, sweet carroty flavor, attractive tops and excellent storage capacity
 Main Season 2320 Red Cored Chantenay R   65 orange 6" Chantenay good carrot for heavy soils, wide shoulders and heavy taper with rounded tip, sweet old-fashioned flavor, fine grain texture, sweetens with storage, great for soups/freezing/canning/storage
 Main Season 2340 Scarlet Nantes R   65 orange 6-7" Nantes bright color, old-fashion carrot flavor, fine-grain texture, small-medium tops, great for gardens
 Main Season 2291 Resistafly F1   R   68 orange 6-8" Nantes slender, attractive cylindrical roots with great crunch and healthy tops; resistant to Carrot Root Fly, improved over Flyaway F1
 Main Season 2330 Danvers 126 R   70 orange 7-8" Danvers stocky with up to 2" shoulders, deep and bright orange, tops are rugged and show disease resistance, good to can/freeze/store/juice, heat tolerant, thrives in any soil type, great all-round carrot
 Main Season 2324 Negovia F1   R   80 orange 7-8" Nantes uniform, great flavor, stand-out for sweetness and texture, upright strong tops, good for mechanical harvest
 Main Season 2332 Bangor F1   R   84 orange 6-7" Nantes/Berlicum large, crunchy roots for juicing. Heavy yields of thick blunt roots that resist greening. Makes rich, earthy juice, stores well; not for bunching.
 Main Season 2327 Cupar F1   R   95 orange 8" Chantenay High yielding, vigorous roots with broad shoulders and uniform tapered shape. Attractive in bunches and delicious sweet flavor improves in storage
 Main Season 2334 Dolciva   R   105 orange 8" Nantes Delicious sweet flavor, crunchy texture & high quality. Strong tops tolerant of alternaria; widely adapated and suitable for bunching or long storage.
 Main Season 2329 Interceptor F1   R 120-125 orange 12+" Imperator coreless, cut and peel carrot, roots remain slender, will not crack, relatively short tops, some resistance to leaf blights, good for mechanical harvest, resistance to storage diseases, stand-out variety
Specialty 2326 White Satin F1   R   68 white 8" Nantes fast-growing, tender and juicy, crunchy, sweet and mild flavor, straight with a small core
 Specialty 2333 Starburst Blend   R   70 multi 7-9" varies a rainbow of sweet and crunchy roots in a variety of shapes and sizes. Includes white, yellow, orange and purple carrots; easy to grow and rich in antioxidants
 Specialty 2323 Atomic Red   R   70 red-orange 8-10" Imperator color retained when cooked, sweetens when cooked, great performance all seasons but best for fall plantings
 Specialty 2335 Cosmic Purple   R   70 purple 7" Danvers striking color: purple skin and orange flesh, crunchy, sweet with a hint of spice
 Specialty 2337 Yellowstone   R   70 yellow 9" Nantes long and slender, extremely productive, widely adapted, pick early for a mild and tender carrot, strong tops
 Specialty 2325 Dragon   R   85 purple 7-8" Danvers long, improved variety, very hardy, purple skin with orange flesh, wide shoulders, tapered tip, high lypcopene content

*Available as Pelleted (P) or Raw (R) Seed

Organic Carrots - Growing and Seed Saving Info

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Types of Carrots
Carrots are often classified by their root shape:
  • Nantes – Blunt tips; straight, cylindrical roots 5 to 7 inches long; sweeter than most other types; good raw eating.  Prefers loose soil.
  • Chantenay – Shorter than other types, stocky, taper to a rounded tip; rich, sweet flavor and good storage potential. Coarser texture than others.
  • Imperator – Long, tapered roots with stocky shoulders and strong tops; slightly fibrous texture. Stores well. Most common type found in groceries. Prefers deep, sandy soil.
  • Danvers – Shorter than Imperator varieties, thick-rooted cylindrical shape, widely used in processing, good for juicing. Stores well. Performs well in heavy, clayey soil.
Soil Requirements
Do best in fertile sandy loam, but will perform well under most conditions if appropriate varieties are chosen. For compact soils choose tapered carrots that can wedge their way into soils like Chantenays or Danvers types. Optimal soil temperature for germination is 55-75°F.
Bed Preparation
Best quality arises from raised beds, free of stones and debris. Imperator types should only be grown on raised beds that have 10-12” tilled zones.
Full sun
Nutrient Requirements
Fertilize with the ratio of 1-2-2 (N-P-K) at the time of seeding and again when tops are 4-8". Potassium promotes solid, sweet carrots.
Seeding Depth
Seeding Rate
For early small bunching: ~45 seeds/ft; For full size ~30 seeds/ft; For soup size or storage ~15 seeds/ft
Plant Spacing
Thin to 1-2" depending on desired size
Row Spacing
When to Sow
Direct seed as soon as soil can be worked in the spring through mid-summer
Other Info
Weeding  shortly after germination allows slow-growing carrots to get a head start against fast-growing weeds.
Frost Tolerant
Drought Tolerant
Heat Tolerant
Prolonged hot weather in later stages of development may stunt growth, and can cause strong flavor and coarseness in the roots.
Seed Specs
11,000-37,500 seeds/oz (24,250 avg), 175-600M seeds/lb (288M avg) M=1,000
Seeding Rate
  • Early bunching carrot plant approximately 45 seeds/ft, 
  • Full sized carrots plant approximately 30 seeds/ft, and for
  • Storage varieties plant 15 seeds/ft. 
  • Early small bunching – 45M seeds/1000’(~ 1.9 oz), 1.4MM seeds/acre,(~ 5 lb), using ~45 seeds/ft, 18” row spacing;
  • Full size – 30M seeds/1000’,(~ 1.3 oz), 1MM seeds/acre,(~ 3.3 lb), using ~30 seeds/ft, 18” row spacing;
  • Storage – 15M seeds/1000’, (0.65 oz), 500M seeds/acre,(~ 1.7 lb), using ~15 seeds/ft, 18” row spacing. M=1,000, MM=1,000,000.
Seed Coating / Pelleting Info
Some of the hybrid carrot varieties we carry receive an organic film coating applied to the seed, which make the seed easier to see during planting.
Harvest when carrots have appropriate coloring and flavor has developed. Carrots hold well in the field for up to 3 weeks in the summer and longer in cool conditions. Some varieties, like Napoli, may be over wintered outdoors or in the high tunnel for an early spring harvest. For storage carrots dig roots after frost but before ground freezes.
Store topped carrots in near freezing temperatures with high humidity. Unwashed carrots store just as well as washed but may stain during storage.
Pest Info
Carrot Weevil and carrot rust fly are common pests.  Floating row cover can be an effective control for the Carrot Weevil and Carrot Rust Fly. Other tips include delay sowing seeds until June to avoid the first wave of flies, as well as sowing carrots seeds thinly, as the carrot rust flies are attracted to the smell of bruised carrot foliage.  
Disease Info
Fungal leaf blights caused by either Alternaria dauci or Cercospora carotae can cause severe defoliation and greatly reduce yields.  White mold (Sclerotinia sclerotiorum) manifests as a cottony white mycelium around roots and lower plant parts, usually late in the season. See Cornell University’s Vegetable MD Online for more information.
Other Known Issues
  • Misshapen Roots – In general, carrots do not grow well in heavy soils. Long-rooted varieties such as the Imperator types may end up twisted, stunted or forked in such soils when they hit clumps or rocks.  If you have heavy soil, add humus to loosen up the soil or grow shorter varieties, such as Danvers types.
  • Greenish Shoulders – When exposed to sunlight, the tops of carrots will often turn green. To prevent this from happening, hill up dirt around the tops of the carrots.

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