How long is the root system on jalapeno peppers?
The root system on jalapeno peppers is about two feet long, depending on the age and size of the plant. The roots may be bigger if the plant is a bit older.
a taproot system, because it has only a single main large root. the other root system is called a fibrous root system; this is the root system that grass has, with many smaller branching roots. but anyway, the answer to your question is that the beet, the part you eat, is the taproot part of the plant.