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Carrot Taproot

Carrot Taproot

The carrot plant, Daucus carota, is native to Afghanistan and surrounding regions, but has been cultivated in the Mediterranean since antiquity and from there gradually spread across the globe. The part of the plant commonly eaten as a vegetable is the long, narrow taproot that extends into the ground directly beneath the stem.

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