Minnesota Gardener Grows World's Largest Carrot And It's The Best News I've Heard Come Out Of Minnesota...EVER!
A gardener in Minnesota set a massive record by growing the world’s largest carrot in his second attempt. Christopher Qualley earned a spot in the Guinness World Record Book with a massive 22.44-pound carrot grown at his farm in Otsego. Qualley intentionally set out to grow the world’s largest carrot and credited and said “soil, seed, weather and a little luck” were the keys to his success.
Qualley edged out the pervious largest carrot, which weighed 20.1 pounds, and has now turned his sights toward growing a record-breaking pumpkin or tomato. The gardener said he opted to replant the massive carrot instead of eating it, but his mother-in-law did manage to grab a bite.
(Read More: Guinness World Record)