First thing you should do is prepare the soil, by tilling the ground as deep as you can. This is to make sure you give the carrots a lot of growing room. You can also try thinning them. This site explains all the details.
Make sure to use sandy, well-draining soil. This allows the carrot root to extend and grow at a reasonable pace. This advice comes from lots of carrot-growing experience. The soil in my area is very hard and clay-like and I had trouble getting carrots to produce quickly. I soon learned that adding sand is important for growing substantial carrots.
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