Washington State University

Small Farms Team

Carrots

Production
Pest Management


Production

Carrots–Western Oregon. Oregon State University. Covers seeding and row arrangement, fertilizers, harvesting, handling, and storage. 2004.

Pest management

Carrots–Eastern Oregon. Oregon State University. Covers seeding and row arrangement, fertilizer, harvest, handling, storage, and pest control: weeds, insects, and diseases. 2004.

On-Farm Research: Intercropping in Carrots for Rust Fly Control. Carol Miles, Ph.D.,Washington State University Extension, Leslie Zenz, Research Assistant, Betsie DeWreede, Owner, Independence Valley Farm, and Julie Puhich, Owner, Common Ground CSA. 1996.

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