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Seed Potatoes Colomba 2Kg Bag
Colomba is high-yielding, easy to grow, to store, and can be the star in several kinds of tasteful dishes. Product of Canada Product Information Potatoes can be grown in a wide variety of soils, but do best in deep, fertile, well drained loam. Plant in a sunny location and keep soil moist throughout the growing season. Avoid planting in heavy clay soil. 1. Sow seed potatoes as soon as the soil is warm enough to cultivate. Large seed potatoes may be divided, but each portion must contain two to three eyes. Plant with eyes pointing up (cut side down) 8-12 cm (3-5”) deep and 30-40 cm (12-16”) apart in the row. Rows should be 60 cm (24”) apart. 2. Once plants are 20-30 cm (8-12”) tall, hoe 10-15 cm (4-6”) of soil around plants to create hills. Hills of soil around the base of the potato plants help to preserve moisture and protect tubers from being exposed to sunlight which turns them to green. 3. Potatoes may be harvested as soon as tubers are large enough to use. Potatoes must be harvested when tops yellow and die down. 4. Dry potatoes on the ground for 2-3 hours after harvesting (if weather is fine) so skin will harden before storage. Store potatoes in a cool, dark place. Ideal storing temperature is between 3-5º C(35-40º F).
$10.99
Seed Potatoes Kennebec 2Kg
Kennebec are a mid-season maturing potato that are oblong with white skin and flesh. They are great for boiling, baking or frying. McKenzie Seeds only uses Certified Seed Potatoes grown in Canada. Product of Canad Plant Type: Seed Potatoes Grows Best In: Full Sun Day to Maturity: 100-110days Planting Depth: 8-12 cm or 3-5" Plant Spacing In Row: 30-40 cm or 12-16" Plant Spacing Between Row: 60 cm or 24" Product Weight: 680 grams or 1.5 lbs. Product of Canada Product Information Potatoes can be grown in a wide variety of soils, but do best in deep, fertile, well drained loam. Plant in a sunny location and keep soil moist throughout the growing season. Avoid planting in heavy clay soil. 1. Sow seed potatoes as soon as the soil is warm enough to cultivate. Large seed potatoes may be divided, but each portion must contain two to three eyes. Plant with eyes pointing up (cut side down) 8-12 cm (3-5”) deep and 30-40 cm (12-16”) apart in the row. Rows should be 60 cm (24”) apart. 2. Once plants are 20-30 cm (8-12”) tall, hoe 10-15 cm (4-6”) of soil around plants to create hills. Hills of soil around the base of the potato plants help to preserve moisture and protect tubers from being exposed to sunlight which turns them to green. 3. Potatoes may be harvested as soon as tubers are large enough to use. Potatoes must be harvested when tops yellow and die down. 4. Dry potatoes on the ground for 2-3 hours after harvesting (if weather is fine) so skin will harden before storage. Store potatoes in a cool, dark place. Ideal storing temperature is between 3-5º C(35-40º F).
$10.99
Seed Potatoes Russet Burbank 2Kg Bag 140931
Russet Burbank potatoes are a late season maturing potato that are long with yellow skin and white flesh. They are great for chipping, baking, has browns and frying. McKenzie Seeds only uses Certified Seed Potatoes grown in Canada. Plant Type: Seed Potatoes Grows Best In: Full Sun Day to Maturity: 100-120 days Planting Depth: 8-12 cm or 3-5" Plant Spacing In Row: 30-40 cm or 12-16" Plant Spacing Between Row: 60 cm or 24" Product Weight: 680 grams or 1.5 lbs. Product of Canada Product Information Potatoes can be grown in a wide variety of soils, but do best in deep, fertile, well drained loam. Plant in a sunny location and keep soil moist throughout the growing season. Avoid planting in heavy clay soil. 1. Sow seed potatoes as soon as the soil is warm enough to cultivate. Large seed potatoes may be divided, but each portion must contain two to three eyes. Plant with eyes pointing up (cut side down) 8-12 cm (3-5”) deep and 30-40 cm (12-16”) apart in the row. Rows should be 60 cm (24”) apart. 2. Once plants are 20-30 cm (8-12”) tall, hoe 10-15 cm (4-6”) of soil around plants to create hills. Hills of soil around the base of the potato plants help to preserve moisture and protect tubers from being exposed to sunlight which turns them to green. 3. Potatoes may be harvested as soon as tubers are large enough to use. Potatoes must be harvested when tops yellow and die down. 4. Dry potatoes on the ground for 2-3 hours after harvesting (if weather is fine) so skin will harden before storage. Store potatoes in a cool, dark place. Ideal storing temperature is between 3-5º C(35-40º F).
$10.99
Seed Potatoes Yukon Gold 2Kg Bag 140930
Yukon Gold potatoes are a mid-season maturing potato that are oval with yellow skin and yellow flesh. They are great for baking, boiling and frying. McKenzie Seeds only uses Certified Seed Potatoes grown in Canada. Plant Type: Seed Potatoes Grows Best In: Full Sun Day to Maturity: 90-100 days Planting Depth: 8-12 cm or 3-5" Plant Spacing In Row: 30-40 cm or 12-16" Plant Spacing Between Row: 60 cm or 24" Product Weight: 680 grams or 1.5 lbs. Product of Canada Product Information Potatoes can be grown in a wide variety of soils, but do best in deep, fertile, well drained loam. Plant in a sunny location and keep soil moist throughout the growing season. Avoid planting in heavy clay soil. 1. Sow seed potatoes as soon as the soil is warm enough to cultivate. Large seed potatoes may be divided, but each portion must contain two to three eyes. Plant with eyes pointing up (cut side down) 8-12 cm (3-5”) deep and 30-40 cm (12-16”) apart in the row. Rows should be 60 cm (24”) apart. 2. Once plants are 20-30 cm (8-12”) tall, hoe 10-15 cm (4-6”) of soil around plants to create hills. Hills of soil around the base of the potato plants help to preserve moisture and protect tubers from being exposed to sunlight which turns them to green. 3. Potatoes may be harvested as soon as tubers are large enough to use. Potatoes must be harvested when tops yellow and die down. 4. Dry potatoes on the ground for 2-3 hours after harvesting (if weather is fine) so skin will harden before storage. Store potatoes in a cool, dark place. Ideal storing temperature is between 3-5º C(35-40º F).
$10.99
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