Carrot Little Fingers Punnet
Carrot ‘Little Fingers’ – Punnet
Great flavour, easy to grow. Best grown in full sun in friable soil. To stop Carrot Little Fingers from knotting, avoid planting them into the soil which has recently been conditioned with animal manure or compost. Compost and manures should be added well in advanced of planting. For the best results, it is recommended that you regularly feed your plant with liquid fertiliser.
Position: Full Sun
Harvest: From 6 – 8 Weeks
Spacing: 5 -10cm
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Make sure to prepare the soil prior to planting. Mixing in a bag of well-aged animal manure or compost can help to condition and revitalise tired soil. Make sure to blend compost/manure with the pre-existing soil, mixing together thoroughly. Once the soil has been prepare, dig a hole which is wider, but not deeper, than what the original size of the pot the plant has come in. Position the plant in the hole and backfill any gaps with the excess soil. Give the plant a deep soaking of water to help settle the roots.
If planting into a pot, make sure the container selected is large enough for the plant which is going to be planted. Never pot a plant into a container which is too small. Use a premium quality potting mix as this has all the added fertilisers and wetting agents required for having a healthy plant.