I dont know the answer to you question, but ideally you should have planted
I am in UK N.Lincs and have had mine earlies in for over a month now and
maincrop about 3 weeks.
My dad always planted earlies on Good Friday and as we know that date can
vary year to year but we always had new spuds a couple of weeks into June.
Good luck to you I think you will be successful if you make a start soon.
Don't know where you are. Don't know how you treated your potato seeds.
Don't know what potatoes you planted, but I doubt that you've done
anything terminal. If worse comes to worse, wait until the top turn
brown and dry, then see what ya got. I missed harvesting some of mine
last year, this year they're on their way to becoming a weed, and
escaping to the rest of the yard. I suspect that they are hard to kill.
"Fascism should more properly be called corporatism because it is the
Dunno about that; didn't know there was a rule. Is there a rule?
When I grow potatoes, it's those little thin-skinned red jobbies. Grow
them in ditches and keep them well-mulched as they grow. Used to grow
potataoes in barrels. Ditches is better, if one has the space: Don't
have to dump a damned ditch and the spuds are still clean. I just wait
for daytime temperatures to moderate, usually, some time in late
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