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Atomic Red Carrot
Atomic Red Carrot - Photo submitted by Chris Whitty of Ireland
Atomic Red Carrot
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Atomic Red

65 days — If you don't like eating tomatoes but have heard of the health benefits of adding "Lycopene" into your diet, 'Atomic Red' carrots will be good news for you.  'Atomic Red' carrots are high in Lycopene, the pigment that gives them their red color. The color gets more intense when cooked.

Red colored carrots originated in India, China, and Japan in the 1700s. They are tapered in shape reaching about nine inches in length.  Each packet contains one gram, which is approximately 650 seeds.
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Large and Bright
Planted in early May in one long row, did not thin them out at all and had a HUGE harvest from days 60-75. Not quite as bright red as the photo, but very tasty and sweet.
Reviewed by: skipp shelly from St. Johns, Portland, Oregon. on 8/14/2015
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