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Nadine Seed Potatoes

JBA Seed Potatoes® Nadine Seed Potatoes

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Nadine seed potatoes are one of the most successful varieties, introduced around 1987 by famous potato breeder, Jack Dunnett.

Nadine seed potatoes are one of the most successful varieties, introduced around 1987 by famous potato breeder, Jack Dunnett. Nadine tubers are round in shape with a clean, white skin and cream coloured flesh.

A high yielding seed potato variety, Nadine produces many tubers at the root and are a popular showbench variety. Nadine potatoes tend to be very popular at the supermarkets.

Second earlies are typically ready for harvesting around 15-22 weeks from planting.

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Nadine

 

Nadine seed potatoes are one of the most successful varieties, introduced around 1987 by famous potato breeder, Jack Dunnett. Nadine tubers are round in shape with a clean, white skin and cream coloured flesh. A high yielding seed potato variety, Nadine produces many tubers at the root and are a popular showbench variety.

Nadine potatoes tend to be very popular at the supermarkets.


Second early seed potatoesare typically ready for harvesting around 15-22 weeks from planting depending on how far North you are.

 

 

SOIL PREPARATION:

Choose a place in the garden which has not been used to grow garlic, onions, shallots or leeks for at least two years. The soil should be open, well drained and not have been manured for at least one year.

PLANTING INSTRUCTIONS:

Each potato should be 35cm from the next, with rows spaced 70cm apart. Always make sure the eyes are facing upwards. Drills should be 15cm deep.

CARE INSTRUCTIONS:

Water well in dry spells.

HARVESTING INSTRUCTIONS:

Harvest June-July. Dig up mature potatoes and store them in a cool, dry and dark location. Potatoes can be stored for several months. Tip: when harvesting, remove all foliage and small potatoes from the soil and discard, to avoid diseases on next year’s crop.

 

Plant as soon as possible after purchase. Keep in a dry, cool and well-ventilated place until planting. Keep free from frost.

Grown from cultivated stock.

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