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The Official Seed Starting Home Page - Potatoes (seed potatoes)
... Seed Starting Home Page - Potatoes (seed potatoes) Your Weekly Electronic Gardening Guide Practical Horticulture for Busy People. Potatoes (seed potatoes) About This Plant... Family: Solanaceae Genus and species: Solanum tuberosum Growing Season: spring ... to garden: 2-4 weeks before last spring frost (plant whole, egg-sized seed potatoes; or, plant small pieces with 2-3 eyes each, but let them dry ...
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Growing Potatoes in the Florida Home Garden
... deep. Seed Piece Preparation The potato tuber is the plant "part" planted to grow a new potato plant. When the tuber is planted it is called a "seed" potato. Only certified seed potatoes should be planted in the home garden. Certification insures that the seed tubers are free of disease. Certified seed can be obtained from a ...
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Desirable Vegetable Varieties: Potatoes
... need to chit the seed potatoes for a few more days). Remember, though, that seed potatoes are rather perishable in ... potatoes and by weight, from that plant--but the larger the seed pieces, the smaller the coverage. If you're new to potato-growing, figure on 10 plants to the pound of seed potatoes ... seed--not seed potatoes, potato seed (still quite a new thing); it's hybrid, but we don't take seed ...
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Bacterial Ring Rot of Potatoes, HYG-3103-95
... Potatoes HYG-3103-95 Randall C. Rowe Sally A. Miller Richard M. Riedel Bacterial ring rot is an important disease of potatoes and is one of the main reasons for rejection of seed potatoes ... only certified disease-free seed tubers. In the U.S. and Canada, certified seed potatoes are produced under regulations mandating zero tolerance for ring rot. Although use of certified seed tubers will not ...
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Fusarium Dry Rot and Seed-Piece Decay of Potato, HYG-3107-95
... fungus Fusarium. These fungi are common in most soils where potatoes are grown and survive as resistant spores free in ... seed tubers in bags, do not stack more than five bags high. With bulk or bagged seed, store at 40-45 F until 2-3 weeks before planting. Then allow seed potatoes to warm prior to cutting. Treat cut seed ...
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Seed Companies, Commercial Vegetable Production Guides, North Willamette Research and Extension Center
... -882-4422, Fax: 208-882-4326, Specialty: Pea seed, bean seed #Pybas Vegetable Seed Co., Inc., 915-F Harkins Rd, Salinas, CA 93901 ... s Seed Potatoes, Contact: Greg Lutousky, Box 307, Ellensburg, WA 98926, Phone: 509-925-6025, Fax: 509-925-9238 #Roswell Seed Co., ... , E-Mail: hfisss@sos.net, Specialty: Beet seed, brassica seed, Swiss chard seed #Snow Seed Co., Contact: Rich Rasmussen, PO Box 294, Salinas ...
oregonstate.edu

Storage and Processing, Potato Information Exchange, Oregon State University
... is with seed stock, potatoes should be stored at 36 to 38 F. A range of 40 to 50 is suggested for potatoes to be ... affect the shelf life of flakes. Seed potatoes: Seed potatoes are usually held at 36 to 38F and high humidity. Seed stocks are often warmed to 50F ... not wash dry seed potatoes unless they are covered with dried slime. Washing will probably help wet, slimy seed. If you do wash seed, use ...
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Growing Potatoes In The Bay Area
... that you eat). Potatoes make an easy and satisfying crop, with two pounds of seed potatoes yielding up to fifty pounds of tasty tubers. Be sure to purchase certified seed potatoes since others, ... otherwise impossible. DonÂ’t be shy, grow your own fries! Certified Seed or Certified Organic Potatoes Certified Seed Potatoes are potatoes that have been certified by the state in which they are grown. ...
www.berkeleyhort.com

Growing Potatoes
... Potatoes are not grown from seed like most other vegetables but from the smaller tubers left over from a previous crop. These are called “seed potatoes” and have small “eyes” embedded in the skin surface from which the new potato plants will grow. It’s usually best to buy seed potatoes ... prepared soil and place the seed tubers about 300mm apart along it. Seed potatoes can be cut into ...
www.greengold.com.au

Open Directory - Science: Agriculture: Field Crops: Root Crops: Potatoes
... of potatoes, sweetpotato and other Andean roots and tubers that are in danger of extinction. Mountain Valley Produce And Potato Seed - Based in Colorado. Photographic tour of seed potato ... onto a soft-rot-fighting gene, and inserted this new combination into experimental 'potatoes'. "Potatoes" search on: AltaVista - A9 - AOL - Clusty - Gigablast - Google - Lycos - MSN - Teoma - WiseNut - Yahoo ...
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