Carrot F1 Maestro Seeds
Resistant to carrot fly - ideal for organic growing
This superior carrot also has excellent disease tolerance (including Cavity Spot and Alternaria). Actually bred for root quality and reliability of crop, it has good foliage health and vigour, and is ideal for organic production. Variety recommended by the National Institute of Agricultural Botany. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner.
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Carrot F1 Maestro Seeds (18414 kb).
Units: Average Packet Content 660 seeds
Culture: Sow later varieties March-July, and store maincrop roots in dry sand or soil. (12-20 weeks maturity).
Sowing Time: March-July
Hints: HEALTH BENEFITS: Very high in vitamin A. A good choice to get kids eating veg. CULINARY TIPS: Available nutrients actually increase with cooking - as long as not over-cooked.