Scrawny undersized carrots
Hi. I planted two squares of carrots way back in early March (DFW, southern Denton county). We had some cold and wet weather during March, but the carrots sprouted beautifully and have very tall (12 to 18 inch) tops. They sort of flop over on the ground, but they are green and healthy looking.
But ... it is now early June, and the carrots are just tiny fingerlings. The seed packet said 77 days to harvest, but it has been about 90 days already. They are no thicker than a pencil, and only about two inches long.
I have kept them well watered. The soil is well-drained (Mel's mix proportions). My SFG is 14 inches deep so there is plenty of room for the carrots. They get some shade in the late afternoon, but otherwise they get plenty of sun.
What could be holding my carrots back? What can I do to make my carrots grow?