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Growing Carrot

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25 Aug 17 Justin (Australia - temperate climate)
I got carrot seeds to grow in 1 week, that's right, I soaked the seeds in warm water for 24 hours then sowed them out & covered with a thin layer of sugar cane mulch.
29 Aug 17 Mike (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
An old trick was to put a damp hessian bag on the seeds until they germinated. Or today you could use shade cloth - probably the 90% the best. Cost about $10/m 1800mm wide.
28 Aug 17 Mike (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
Bet you had fun trying to plant out small wet carrot seeds.
05 Oct 17 Ashmoore (Australia - temperate climate)
I just buy the ones on tape,so basically just lay the tape down and lightly cover and water

Bet you had fun trying to plant out small wet carrot seeds.

- Mike

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