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Statistics for product #15, carrots


Production

Harvester by Year

IDHarvester20072008200920102011201220132014201520162017TotalUnits
0User, Undefined0.260.26kilograms
2Steinman, Jan1.200.302.323.542.048.115.949.6633.11kilograms
3Rowe, Cleome3.0417.0620.10kilograms
4Wagner, Carol1.089.281.496.700.2818.83kilograms
5Cowan, Shannon1.1810.501.3012.98kilograms
6Cowan, James0.100.10kilograms
114Discoe, Ben0.100.10kilograms
148Bartsch, Susie Anne2.382.574.95kilograms
164Lamrock, Morris0.150.15kilograms
165Siegers, Rudy0.480.48kilograms
170Lucarelli, Dennis0.160.16kilograms
181Larsen, Kirsten0.400.40kilograms
212Corno, Ben34.6834.68kilograms
277Alladin, Farrah9.379.37kilograms
283Steele, Covey3.043.04kilograms
289Ydenberg, Katrina6.206.20kilograms
305Huang, Jae6.116.11kilograms
336Wiebe, Alex3.023.02kilograms
394Valleé, Steven6.356.35kilograms
431Re, Kate4.354.35kilograms
432Frisbie, Josh2.212.21kilograms
446Smith, Joel1.201.20kilograms
TOTAL:Smith, Joel0.263.8622.977.6825.3047.635.576.3532.925.949.66168.12kilograms

Harvester Value by Year

IDHarvester20072008200920102011201220132014201520162017TotalValueHarvests
0User, Undefined$0.44$0.44wholesale2
2Steinman, Jan$4.18$1.05$8.09$12.34$7.12$28.29$20.71$33.67$115.45wholesale11
3Rowe, Cleome$10.61$59.48$70.09wholesale7
4Wagner, Carol$1.81$15.59$2.50$11.26$0.47$31.63wholesale34
5Cowan, Shannon$1.98$17.64$2.18$21.81wholesale24
6Cowan, James$0.17$0.17wholesale1
114Discoe, Ben$0.17$0.17wholesale1
148Bartsch, Susie Anne$4.00$4.32$8.32wholesale15
164Lamrock, Morris$0.25$0.25wholesale1
165Siegers, Rudy$1.67$1.67wholesale1
170Lucarelli, Dennis$0.27$0.27wholesale2
181Larsen, Kirsten$0.67$0.67wholesale2
212Corno, Ben$190.74$190.74retail4
277Alladin, Farrah$51.51$51.51retail3
283Steele, Covey$16.72$16.72retail1
289Ydenberg, Katrina$34.07$34.07retail2
305Huang, Jae$33.58$33.58retail2
336Wiebe, Alex$16.61$16.61retail1
394Valleé, Steven$22.13$22.13wholesale2
431Re, Kate$15.16$15.16wholesale4
432Frisbie, Josh$7.70$7.70wholesale2
446Smith, Joel$4.17$4.17wholesale2
TOTAL:Smith, Joel$0.91$13.46$80.10$26.78$88.22$166.07$19.41$22.13$114.79$20.71$33.67$586.24wholesale124

First/Last by Year

YearFirstLastDayskgPer DayHarvestsPer Harvest
2007Aug 11Aug 1880.2600.03320.130
2008Aug 21Nov 291013.8600.038130.297
2009Mar 25Dec 2227322.9700.084520.442
2010Jan 8Aug 292347.6800.033100.768
2011Jul 25Dec 1314225.3010.178151.687
2012Mar 7Oct 2823647.6250.20295.292
2013Aug 24Sep 28365.5650.15541.391
2014Oct 12Nov 12326.3450.19823.173
2015Jan 11Nov 2231632.9200.104152.195
2016Aug 12Aug 1215.9405.94015.940
2017Sep 29Sep 2919.6559.65519.655

Sales

by Venue

Venue20072008200920102011201220132014201520162017Total
farm gate$15.00$10.00$25.00
delivered$3.00$3.00
Tuesday market$28.85$118.95$147.80
roadside$55.98$55.98
Saturday market$11.50$46.00$57.50
subscription$0.44$6.49$38.60$12.92$79.02$112.64$19.40$22.12$68.10$20.71$380.44
TOTAL:$0.44$6.49$38.60$12.92$134.37$333.57$22.40$22.12$78.10$20.71$669.72

by Venue, in kilograms

Venue2007200820092010201120122013201420152016Total
farm gate4.4151.8186.233
delivered1.3621.362
Tuesday market10.50030.61041.110
roadside21.00021.000
Saturday market2.50013.00015.500
subscription0.2603.86022.9707.6806.58020.4805.5656.34520.5775.940100.257
TOTAL:0.2603.86022.9707.68023.99585.0906.9276.34522.3955.940185.462

Seller by Year

Seller20072008200920102011201220132014201520162017Total
Co-op, EcoReality$0.44$6.49$38.60$12.92$79.02$112.64$19.40$22.12$68.10$20.71$380.44
Corno, Ben$157.45$157.45
Donnelly, James$7.67$7.67
Steinman, Jan$45.65$7.50$3.00$10.00$66.15
Wagner, Carol$9.70$9.70
Wiebe, Alex$48.31$48.31

Buyer by Year

Seller20072008200920102011201220132014201520162017Total
Co-op, EcoReality$0.44$6.49$38.60$12.92$79.02$112.64$19.40$22.12$68.10$20.71$380.44
Patrons, Market$36.85$164.95$201.80
Roegele, Danielle$10.00$10.00
Ryder, Claire$3.50$3.50
User, Undefined$9.00$55.98$3.00$67.98
Walsh, Sarah$6.00$6.00

by Market-Week

Week20072008200920102011201220132014201520162017Total
32$18.00$72.00$90.00
33$21.00$21.00
38$3.00$3.00
39$3.00$3.00
41$11.50$12.45$23.95
42$4.85$7.50$12.35
43$32.00$32.00
44$20.00$20.00
44$40.35$164.95$205.30

Information about product #15, Daucus carota (dg fo pf wp) , carrots

  • Income from this product qualifies for determining property tax farm status.
  • This is a raw agricultural product.
SuperUnitsProfit CentreDescriptionHabitatPropagationHazardsNotes
root cropskilogramsMarket GardenThe softer and more humus-based the soil, the better. When soil is dry enough in spring, work it to a fine texture. Broadcast and dig in ½ cup complete organic fertilizer for every 3m (10') of row. Avoid fresh manure. Carrots will become misshapen, but still edible if they hit anything hard as they grow down into the soil. Keep weeded and watered. It is very important to thin carrots in order to allow them room to grow, and so they don't compete for available nutrients, moisture, and light. Then to 4-10cm (1½-4") when the young plants are 2cm (1") tall. Use wider spacing to get larger roots. As they grow, carrots push up, out of the soil, so hill soil up to prevent getting a green shoulder.Direct sow April to mid-July for harvests from July to November. Sow at 3 week intervals for a continuous harvest. Optimal soil temperature: 7-30°C (45-85°F). Seeds take as long as 14-21 days to germinate.

Because carrot seeds are tiny, they need to be sown shallowly. The trick is to keep the top-most layer of soil damp during the long germination period. Water deeply prior to planting. Direct sow the tiny seeds 5mm (¼") deep, 4 seeds per 2cm (1"), and firm soil lightly after seeding. Make sure the seeds are only just buried. Water the area with the gentlest stream you can provide, and keep it constantly moist until the seeds sprout.

In optimal conditions at least 60% of seeds will germinate. Usual seed life: 3 years. Per 100' row: 2.4M seeds, per acre: 1,044M seeds. Rates are for raw, not pelleted seeds.
Carrots are second only to beets in sugar content, and they're packed with beta carotene, vitamins, minerals, and fibre. They also happen to be delicious and easy to grow!

Very flavourful, striking red carrots that are meant to be cooked rather than eaten raw. This variety is extremely high in lycopene, the same antioxidant found in tomatoes. The colour actually increases when cooked, and the lycopene becomes more accessible to the body. Slender, red, gourmet carrots to 23cm (9") in length.

Carrots can be harvested at any size, but flavour is best when the carrot has turned bright orange. After harvest, store at cold temperatures just above 0ºC. You can store in sand or sawdust, or simply leave carrots under heaped soil in the garden during the winter, and pull as you need them.

The Carrot Rust Fly - This pest lays its eggs at the base of the growing carrots. The larva of the fly chews tunnels and unsightly grooves through the surface of the root, causing rot. Unfortunately the damage isn't just cosmetic; the activities of the Carrot Rust Fly larva changes the flavour of the carrot and makes it quite inedible. Use our floating row cover to keep the adults away from the carrots. Plant after the beginning of June to avoid the first and worst infestation period. The good news for apartment dwellers who want to grow carrots on their balconies is the Carrot Rust Fly is not a good flyer. It is unlikely to infest their high-rise crop.

Wireworm - These are the larva of click beetles. They are about an inch and a half long, slender and reddish brown. When squeezed they turn as rigid as a wire, hence the name. Wireworms chew irregular holes through roots, making the carrots inedible. Wireworms prefer a moist soil so preparing your carrot bed so that it is well drained will help. Interplanting with mustard leaf is an excellent way to discourage wireworm damage. The flavour of the mustard is one deterrent, and mustard also helps to dry out the soil, forcing the wireworm away from the roots.

Predatory nematodes are an effective control for both Carrot Rust Fly and wireworm. Apply generously in the spring when the larva of both pests is most active.

Plantings: First/Last by Year

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