Seed Potatoes Yukon Nugget
Yukon Nugget Seed Potatoes are similar to the Yukon Gold but it is more hardy and produces more uniform tubers per hill. It has yellow flesh, waxy yellow skin, with pink eyes. Not quite as early as Yukon Gold, but has a better yield.
Mid season (80+ days)
A small number of seed potatoes will yield a few buckets of potatoes ready to eat and enjoy and can even be stored throughout the winter months.
Potatoes must have well-drained, moisture retentive, fertile soil that is high in organic matter and a pH between 5.0 and 6.0. Do not use a lime soil, the soil should be slightly acid. To prevent disease problems, do not plant potatoes in the same bed as tomatoes. Potatoes should be rotated on a 3 year program. This means, you need 3 suitable sites if you want to grow potatoes every year.
Planting and Maintenance Info: Light Requirements: Full Sun
Bulbs per Square Foot: 2
To maximize your crop, keep potatoes well watered throughout the summer, but especially during the period when they are in flower and immediately thereafter. Water early in the day, this allows foliage to dry completely before the evening. If you do not have the space to dig a large trench, some creative gardeners have used garbage cans or four old tires to grow potatoes with great success.
Bloom Time: Harvest early summer to fall
Hardiness Zone: 4-9