Organic Carrots - Juicing - Australian
Fresh biodynamic Organic Carrots - Juicing Quality from Australia.
Minimum 1kg per brown paper bag. Hand picked and packed.
Juicing carrots are typically broken carrots, otherwise the same quality as our premium carrots.
Carrots grown using biodynamic organic methods at the Bauer Farm in Australia. Full of flavour and texture and a favourite of the little ones.
Source: Bauer's Organic Farm, Mount Sylvia, Queensland Australia.
The Bauer family farm uses organic and biodynamic principles and enjoy producing yummy, healthy food for all. The Bauer's have farmed the land at Mt Sylvia in Queensland Australia for over 130 years and have fed many thousands of customers with quality organic produce. From all historical information, the property is as healthy now as it was back then. You can't get more sustainable than that!
Farmers: Rob and Trude Bauer -Bauer's Organic Farm
Storing your carrots:
Keep them in the bottom of your fridge in the plastic bags they come in or even an airtight container. To prolong their life and keep them firm and crispy, make sure that you really restrict the air flow around the carrots. Air and heat are the enemies. Buy carrots with the tops cut off. When you leave the tops on the carrots you actually have the leaves still trying to draw moisture and sustenance from the root - ie. the carrot. This is inclined to really reduce their keeping quality.
What is the difference in the growing method between Organic and Non-Organic ( also called conventional farming practices):
The Organic way
Organic carrot ground is rested and turned pre-planting to form a loose friable bed.
Seed is sown and watered. The carrot uses natural biology to grow at its correct pace, giving it natural flavours and textures. They will be hand weeded two to three times as they are a slow growing crop.
The Non- Organic (conventional way)
Conventional carrot ground is prepared and formed into a loose friable bed.
A pre-plant artificial fertiliser is added. The carrots are seeded and then sprayed with Nemacur (Ethyl 3-methyl, 4 pheny-phosphoramidate) to kill Nematodes, a ground parasite. Also, Stomp (pendimethalin) and Afalon (Linuron) to control weeds. Some weeks after emergence, Gesagard (Prometryn) and Fusilade (Fluazifop-P) are sprayed to kill the remaining weeds. Another application of artificial fertiliser is banded between rows.
As the carrots grow, they undergo a weekly to fortnightly spray programme of insecticides and fungicides such as Hymal (Maldison), Rogor (Dimethoate) and Diathane (Mancozeb) until one to two weeks before harvest.
The artificial fertiliser will speed up the growth of the carrots up to 4 weeks faster than an organic carrot grown at the same time of year.
Australian Certified Organic, Certificate no: 12063
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