Carrot fly (Latin name – Psila rosae) is a disaster. The carrot flies lay eggs in cracks of the soil, near carrots & parsnips. The eggs hatch out into maggots which enter the roots & feed on them. Carrot flies ruin the
Farming Friends & TopVeg have collaborated to create some FREE How To Grow Vegetables Cards, including this How to Grow Carrots card. If you would like a pdf of this carrot card or any of the How to Grow cards,
Grow your own gardening calendar Whether you’re looking to spruce up your garden or aiming to make the most of your outdoor space, award-winning seed supplier Dobies of Devon (affiliate link).has produced this handy grow your own gardening calendar so
There is still time to plant some vegetable seeds. The weather has been relatively mild, and it may be worth covering a small section of the garden with plastic to keep the rain off, whilst you get the seeds bought!
The Chef has planted one row of Nandor carrots in the Plot. Nandor is a first class F1 carrot variety which produces high quality carrots. Nandor carrots are: very uniform and stumpy with a clean, smooth skin a deep orange