SEED POTATOES - Pre-Order
Red Pontiac -This large round potato has thin, dark red skins, deep eyes, and crisp white flesh. Excellent for mashed potatoes and boiling, but not baking. Heat tolerant, long-storing, and high yielding, it will grow in heavy soil; well suited for growing in wire cages. One precaution about this variety: the skin is so thin, it should be allowed to cure and firm up for a week or two in the ground after the vines die back.
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Plants are medium in size, spreading with drooping leaves. Stems are green, prominently angled and ringed with swollen nodes. Leaves are long, broad, dark, dull green with ovate broad leaflets. Blossoms are lavender. Tubers are semi-round to slightly oblong. Tubers have smooth, bright red skin, eyes medium to shallow in depth. Medium dry matter content with good boiling and mashing quality.
White Kennebec- Stems without pigmentation. Large, broad dark green leaves. The tubers are elliptical to oblong with shallow eyes, white skin and flesh. Blossoms are white and numerous. Disease resistant to common strains of late blight, leaf roll and net necrosis, mosaic virus and virus Y. Maturity late, quality high. Good processing quality for chips and french fries.
Yukon Gold - Fresh and processing potato. An attractive, multi-purpose cultivar, medium specific gravity, round to slightly oval shape with light yellow flesh. Tuber shape: round to slightly oval and slightly flattened. Eyes: shallow, pale pink in color. Skin: yellow. Flesh: light yellow. Medium-sized, upright vine, determinate type, light red-purple flower and somewhat compact root system.