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December 07, 2009


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Andrew A. Gill

Orange? That's not a normal carrot color!

(Actually, I was just reading something--perhaps it was by you--about how the orange carrot is relatively new. The more traditional colors were red, pink, yellow, among others)


Interesting. THey look more yellow to me than the usual grocery store carrots.

Wasn't me about carrot colors. Carrots have not traditionally be a Georgia crop, but they have become a big one in the past few decades.

Here's a maroon carrot:


Developed at Texas A&M, as Jon Boede alluded.

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