Carrots & turnips left in frozen ground - ruined?
Sorry if this question has been answered before - I couldn't find anything.
I put rowcovers over my fall planted raised bed of carrots (napoli hybrid) for the 1st time this year. I last picked them on thanksgiving. They were still pretty small (see blog post for pics) so I left most of them in.
However as soon as it got into the lower 20's at night, everything under the agribon died.
Now of course the ground is frozen hard since we've been having such cold weather, so I'm wondering - are my carrots total goners?
Or as soon as it warms up, can I dig them up and still eat them?
I have the same problem with turnips too.
Here is a link that might be useful: carrot blog post