«Revanche» - Organic Potato Seeds
This is a mid-season variety of table purpose. Tubers are round-oval, with smooth skin and light yellow flesh. Variety resistant to potato nematode.
Organic Potato «Revanche»This is a mid-season variety of table purpose. Tubers are round-oval, with smooth skin and light yellow flesh. Variety resistant to potato nematode.
How to Plant Seed PotatoesPlanting seed potatoes at the right time is important. Seed potatoes growing in soil that is too cold and wet may rot while potatoes that grow in soil that is too warm, may not produce well. It is best to plant seed potatoes after the chance of hard frost has past, but while you are still experiencing light frosts.
If you are concerned that the weather may get too warm or too cold too fast in your area, you can try chitting your seed potatoes to help get a jump on the season. Plant the seed potatoes about 2-3 inches deep and about 24 inches apart. Light frost may kill any new growth above the soil line once they sprout, but do not panic. This will not kill the potatoes plant and the potatoes will regrow their foliage quickly. Now that you know these few tips on cutting and planting seed potatoes, you can look forward to a successful potato harvest.