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65 days. Bright red roots. 11 x 1.5 in, tapered. High in lypocene, a precursor to betacarotene. Crispy roots taste wonderful cooked, color tends to be more instense when cooked, slightly washed out raw.
68 days. About 53/4 x 21/2 inches. Reddish-orange, uniform, tender and sweet. Excellent texture and quality. This blocky shaped carrot is adaptable to many soil types.
73 days. About 7 inches long, large, slightly tapered, orange-red. Uniform interior color. Home processing and market variety.
77 days. Grows 16 to 20 inches tall. This carrot is about 81/2 to 9 x 11/2 inches wide at shoulder. Slightly tapered long with medium orange color.
65 days. Tender midget variety. Blunt-tipped bright orange roots grow 3-4 inches long, color up quickly. Sweet and cylinderical with small core.
68 days. Attractive uniform orange interior with sweet taste. About 6 x 11/4 inches long, blunt tip, smooth surface. Popular for market or home use. Good processor.
58 days. Uniform deep red-orange, smooth and nearly coreless. 1 in, round planet shaped, very sweet. 9-10 in tops. Color holds well for freezing.
75 days. Uniform deep red orange roots, smooth nearly coreless, 10 in, tapers to reach point. Very sweet, 18 in tops. Useful home variety, holds color for freezing and canning.