Carrots (scient. Daucus carota subsp. Sativus) is a type of vegetable plant of the genus Carrot (Daucus), hosted a subspecies of the wild carrot (Daucus carota). It contains many useful and healing ingredients. As food is used worldwide. The carrot has declared antibiotic action. The carrot is a bi-annual herb and for feeding is used its root. Carrots originated in Afghanistan and throughout history is taken in all countries. It is used for food throughout the year.
It is interesting that today there is a carrot with different colors: orange, white, yellow, red, purple, etc.. The different colors of carrots contain various antioxidants, ingredients that fight against the harmful effects of free radicals. Most commonly is used the root, but also can be used carrot leaves, but previously boiled.
Nantes type carrot; Slightly tapered fruits; 20 to 25cm in length and diameter 2 - 2.5cm; Attractive orange color; The highest percentage of carotene and vitamin A; Extra yield.
High early nantes type carrot; Cylindrical fruits; 20 to 23cm in length and diameter 2.2 - 2.5cm; Excellent color; Extra yield;
Hybrid for over a year; Root size reaches to 40cm and 7cm in diameter; The root support very low temperatures making it very suitable for early spring harvest; It is nearly impossible to shoot; The root is white.