Hertfordshire, United Kingdom
Please can anyone advise me the best way to carry on growth of carrotts.
I started off seed in greeen house earlier this year and then planted out when they were strong enough into border. Unfortunately the whole lot got ruined by rain and garden snails/slugs.
Attempt 2 failed because the soil inside the greenhouse was not good quality.
Attempt 3 is going extremely well in a seed tray the plants are ready to go on to next stage however i don't now have any garden space left that can use as its waterlogged and heavy clay.
I do have too large grow bags that should be for tomatoes. would thses be any good?
What sort of mix of compost-soil-sand should i use as i want this to go well this time as grandaughter is wanting her carrotts.
- 12 Jul, 2012