Potatoes

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    Late Season. The little, yellow-fleshed salad potatoes brought to this country by early German settlers have a...
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    Late Season. The name says it all! The creamy, tender, yellow flesh has a buttery flavor that lends itself to a...
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    Early-Midseason. Oblong to oval tubers are smooth with golden russet skin and dry, white flesh that is ideal for...
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    Midseason. This delicious and nutritious potato doesn't cause a big spike in blood sugar. Researchers found this...
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    Late Season. Best all-purpose potato. Thin, buff-colored skin and smooth-textured, white flesh. Top yielder and one...
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    Mid-late Season. Deep purple flesh all the way through and skin to match makes this fingerling somewhat of a...
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    Mid-late Season. A heavy yielding garden favorite. Large tubers have thin, red skin and white flesh. An excellent...
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    Early-mid Season. This variety gives you a good crop of round to oval potatoes with a golden-colored skin and...
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Home-grown just tastes better! We have listed some of the best varieties for home gardeners and are sure you will agree. The potatoes you receive are Certified Seed Potatoes grown free of diseases. They are cleaned, bagged, and ready for you to cut to size for planting. Potatoes sold are intended for planting and not consumption. We begin shipping potatoes in April as weather permits.

Cutting Tips: Cut pieces should be no smaller than 1" x 1" and have at least two or more eyes. After pieces are cut, allow them to callus over at room temperature with good air circulation for 5 -10 days prior to planting.

Planting Tips: Potatoes do best in soil with a pH of 5.0 to 5.5. Add all necessary soil amendments prior to planting. Dig a furrow 8-10" deep and place pieces cut side down, eyes up, every 12-15" with rows 3' apart. Initially cover pieces with only 2-3" of soil, back filling as potatoes start to grow, leaving the top 3" of the plant exposed.

Cannot ship to: AK, FL, HI, ID, MT, NV.