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Original Post by Oldchap

how can I avoid carrot fly on my allotment

I’ve grown carrots for a few years now and carrot fly is a real problem on the allotment. I’ve been using fleece for the last few seasons, but last summer the little critters (not what they’re called when the carrots are lifted 🙂 ) still managed to attack the roots.

I rotate the crops every season, but was wondering if anyone has any tips that work?

Thanks

Oldchap

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