Early-season 60-80 days to maturity.
||Mid-season 80-90 days to maturity.||Late-season 100-120 days to maturity.|
When your seed potatoes arrive, make sure if they have already begun to sprout that you leaves these sprouts on. Breaking them off can delay growth and even limit the amount of vines that eventually will emerge from your seed potato. Seed potatoes that are roughly the size of an egg may be planted whole, but if they are larger make sure to cut them into smaller pieces, each one with a strong eye if possible. ⟐ Growing Potatoes from Seed - Start to Finish ⟐ A Complete Guide to Growing the Best Potatoes in Your Garden ⟐ How to Plant, Grow, and Harvest
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