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A carrot is the root portion of the carrot plant, also known as a taproot. A taproot is the largest, most dominant root of the plant's system. Carrots are typically orange in color, although some varieties are purple, re... More »

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Plant carrot seeds in the ground about three to five weeks before the last spring frost date. Plant carrots into fine sandy soil that doesn't have rocks in it. Don't apply fresh or rotted manure to the soil before planti... More »

Carrots are considered a healthy treat for dogs, according to K-9 Kraving. They contain beta carotene and vitamins that a dog needs for a healthy coat and circulatory system. Wild carrot roots are safe for dogs, but only... More »

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A carrot is a taproot. Unlike more fibrous roots, which develop later in the plant's life cycle, the taproot is the first root to emerge from the germinating seed, called the radicle. For most plants, the radicle dies an... More »

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To make a natural root killer, mix some vinegar and water together and inject it into the plant's main stalk or taproot. Gardeners can also spray weed foliage with the vinegar mixture or pour it into the soil. More »

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A fruit is the part of a plant that develops from the flower and contains the seeds, while a vegetable can be any other part of a plant, such as the leaves, stems or roots. A flower bud may also be considered a vegetable... More »

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Scientifically, vegetables are any part of a plant that does not contain seeds or develop from flowers. This includes the roots, stems, leaves and tubers. On the dinner table, however, vegetables are produce that tastes ... More »

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