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Seed Potatoes

First Earlies

Seed potatoes are classified according to the length of time they take to mature, but this can be influenced by weather. First early seed potatoes mature in 60-110 days. Planted towards the end of March, they are ready for lifting from late June or early July. Potatoes can be planted from mid March onwards as a rough guide, dependent on weather.

Compared to maincrop potatoes, first earlies and second earlies are lower yielding, usually have smaller tubers, need less space and escape some of the diseases, such as blight.

First Earlies are generally eaten as soon as they’re harvested – enjoyed as ‘new potatoes’ – while maincrop cultivars can either be used fresh from the ground or stored for winter use in hessian sacks.

First Earlies

Second Earlies

Seed potatoes are classified according to the length of time they take to mature, but this can be influenced by weather. Second early seed potatoes mature in 110-120 days. Planted mid to late April, they will be ready for harvesting from early to mid August. Second early seed potatoes can be planted from mid March onwards as a rough guide, dependent on weather.

Compared to maincrop potatoes, first earlies and second earlies are lower yielding, usually have smaller tubers, need less space and escape some of the diseases, such as blight.

Second Earlies are generally eaten as soon as they’re harvested – enjoyed as ‘new potatoes’ – while maincrop cultivars can either be used fresh from the ground or stored for winter use in hessian sacks.

Second Earlies

Main crop

Seed potatoes are classified according to the length of time they take to mature, but this can be influenced by weather. Maincrop seed potatoes mature in 125-140 days and, if planted in late April, can be harvested by mid August, sometimes continuing through to October. Maincrop seed potatoes can be planted from mid March onwards as a rough guide, dependent on weather.

Maincrop potatoes are higher yielding than first earlies and second earlies, and usually have larger tubers.

Maincrop cultivars can either be used fresh from the ground or stored for winter use.

Main crop

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