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Alternative nutrition A beta carotene-rich vegetable—Daucus carota—widely regarded as a ‘healthy food’; consumption of carrots is said to decrease the risk of cancer, cardiovascular disease, strokes, and macular degeneration
Vox populi A popular term for any incentive for a person to do something
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A farmer has to engage his whole family for washing carrots and thus it was difficult exercise.
Farmers should stop water two weeks before the harvest to increase its sweetness and keep the field moist, experts said adding that it would make farmers' job of taking out carrots from the moist field easy.
Additionally, carrots and carrot juice lower the risk of cardiovascular disease.
They used to say the man who can grow good carrots comes from an unhappy home - at th l t h i - always at the plot, chopping away with the hoe to make sure the carrot doesn't go all rudely shaped in the ground.
A member of the parsley family, carrots have many health benefits and they were in fact first grown for medicinal purposes and not as a food.
1 CARROTS are one of the most popular vegetables in Britain and they are also very versatile.
Carrots are one of the most versatile vegetables I grow in my garden.
Club question Last week J O'Rourk emailed on when to remove the fine mesh used to protect his carrots from carrot fly.
METHOD CUT the carrots lengthways into fine ribbons, using a vegetable peeler or mandoline.
1 WE eat our way through 700,000 tonnes worth of carrots every year in Britain.
Perfect carrots can be grown in pots QWE'VE got very stony ground.
could grow round-rooted carrots - try a variety called 'Rondo'.