People joked that an astonished gardener dragged a penis-like carrot from his garden and fed it viagra. Andy Newton, 59, a retired engineer, was digging his separation when he pulled an eye-catching carrot out of the ground.  Andy, who has been growing vegetables at his allotment for 30 years, has never seen such a thing despite his gardening experience. On Sunday, carrots entered the ugly vegetable section of the church’s last brewery show, gardening from Warton, Warwickshire. Andy said: “In the separation, I grow beetroot, onions, beans in every way – if you grow it, I do.

A shocked retiree pulls out very rough 'structurally correct' carrots from his vegetarian diet.
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A shocked retiree pulls out very rough 'structurally correct' carrots from his vegetarian diet.
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“I dug out the weird-looking carrots. And also, I’ve never seen anything like this before — except in person, on the internet. And also, it’s completely one. “The guy who runs the reservation to find out what I found was shocked, and we laughed with it. “Others were asking if I fed it viagra. “I’m going to the country fair, and I’m going to the ugly vegetable competition for a smile.

A shocked retiree pulls out very rough 'structurally correct' carrots from his vegetarian diet.
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“Any proceeds from this will go to charities in Warton Allotments – Salvation Army and Atherstone Food Bank.” Many carrot problems are usually associated with boring and chewing insects, and improper cultivation is a common cause of carrot fork and deformity, says GardeningKnowHow. Carrots split and deform, forcing them to pass through hardened or rocky soil. When carrots are planted too close, they can stagnate or deform. 

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