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Yellow Carrot Seeds

Yellow Carrot Seeds

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The yellow carrot is a variant of the common carrot (Daucus carota) and shares many characteristics with its orange relative. Here you have information about the characteristics, planting, cultivation and flavor of yellow carrot:

  1. Characteristics:

    • Color: The most notable characteristic of the yellow carrot is its yellow color, which varies from pale to deep yellow tones.
    • Shape: It usually has a conical and elongated shape, similar to orange carrots.
    • Texture: The texture is crispy and juicy when fresh.
  2. Sowing:

    • Planting time: Yellow carrot is generally planted in spring or early summer, when soil and climate conditions are suitable.
    • Soil: Prefers well-drained, loose soil. Avoid heavy clay soils that can cause root deformities.
    • Depth: Seeds should be planted 1 to 2 cm deep in spaced rows.
  3. Crop:

    • Watering: Yellow carrot requires constant watering to keep the soil moist, especially during the germination phase.
    • Care: The crop requires care in terms of eliminating weeds, as they can compete with carrots for nutrients.
    • Harvest: Yellow carrot is usually ready to harvest in 70-80 days after planting, but this time can vary.
  4. Flavor:

    • Sweet Flavor: Like orange carrots, yellow carrots are known for their sweet, crunchy flavor.
    • Culinary versatility: They can be consumed raw, cooked, in salads, juices or as part of cooked dishes. Its flavor is similar to that of traditional carrots.

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