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Nothing wrong with those carrots, no matter what shape they are they will taste 100% better than shop bought ones. Not one bit of the dreaded carrot fly showing. Well done!!

 

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Hahaha cheers pal....some have 5 legs lol

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More legs the better lol. Carrots are not easy and I would be happy with them

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Makes no odds, you are growing for tasty, organically grown veg, don't get hung up on what they are supposed to look like as long as they are healthy then your doing a good job.

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For some reason carrots are bloody impossible to grow long and straight ! lol

 

Mine look like f***ing walnuts ffs !

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Mine turned out like they had been nuked but grated in a bit of salad they tasted excellent ..were they plugs or grown from seed ? ...

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Mine turned out like they had been nuked but grated in a bit of salad they tasted excellent ..were they plugs or grown from seed ? ...

Grown from seed. In a nice deep top soil/compost mix. Raised bed

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Mine turned out like they had been nuked but grated in a bit of salad they tasted excellent ..were they plugs or grown from seed ? ...
Grown from seed. In a nice deep top soil/compost mix. Raised bed
Jok.....?????????? 🤔.........😂
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Some times it can be stoney ground, but most to the time it's to fertile for the carrots in the ground they are planted in, and that makes them grow on the surface and grow extra roots rather than push down the get nuitrients they need. They still taste the same no matter what they look like, they just peel better if they are straight. :laugh:

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Some times it can be stoney ground, but most to the time it's to fertile for the carrots in the ground they are planted in, and that makes them grow on the surface and grow extra roots rather than push down the get nuitrients they need. They still taste the same no matter what they look like, they just peel better if they are straight. :laugh:

That could be it...Iv prob over fed them and the soil

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Sussex. I'll have a look when I get back from Hols. Some good honest pics are the order of the day. I'm not looking forward to the number of courgettes I'll be cutting and I know the caulis and broccoli were all coming along nicely. Sunday morning will tell a story. Jok.

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Some times it can be stoney ground, but most to the time it's to fertile for the carrots in the ground they are planted in, and that makes them grow on the surface and grow extra roots rather than push down the get nuitrients they need. They still taste the same no matter what they look like, they just peel better if they are straight. :laugh:

Don't peel them just a light scrub to get the dirt off and in the steamer.

 

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Some times it can be stoney ground, but most to the time it's to fertile for the carrots in the ground they are planted in, and that makes them grow on the surface and grow extra roots rather than push down the get nuitrients they need. They still taste the same no matter what they look like, they just peel better if they are straight. :laugh:

Don't peel them just a light scrub to get the dirt off and in the steamer.

 

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That's what I do, use the nail brush. :laugh:

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