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11 Apr 17 Rena Fraser (Australia - temperate climate)
when planting carrot what is apreplantig fertiliser
11 Apr 17 Ken (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
Being a root vegetable, carrots don't need much nitrogen so if you are using chemical fertiliser use one with a low 'N' number in the N:P:K. If you are growing naturally plant them in an area that has been manured for a leaf crop and also grown a fruiting crop such as beans or tomatoes. This would give you a friable soil with reduced nitrogen.
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