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Yukon Gold Potato

Yukon Gold Potato

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3.0 (2 reviews)
Imagine mounds of buttery yellow mashed potatoes. Yukon Gold yields a good crop of round to oval golden skinned potatoes with creamy-yellow flesh. Their superior flavor is sure to be a hit no matter how you serve them. An early midseason variety.
The 3 pound whole seed potatoes are now on sale. Were $13.50 a bag, now $8.78.
25 eyes
3 pounds whole

Product Details

: 75
: Spring
: Loose, fertile, well-drained
: 15-15-15
: 3 - Normal
: Tubers
: 25 eyes

Physical Details

Height: 24 to 36
: Green
: Violet
: Yellow
: 12 to 18
: Determinate
: Hybrid

Resistance Details

: Potato

Scientific Details

: Potato
: Solanum
: tuberosum
: Yukon Gold

Shipping Details

: AK, AZ, CA, CO, FL, HI, ID, MT, NV, OR, WA
Product Reviews
3.0 (2 reviews)
  • By gary f
    From Louisville, KY
    Out of 25-30 potatoes, only 10 are growing. I planted them last month. Now I have to buy more. Not happy
    * Admin Notes added 4/30/2015 2:57:04 PM:
    If you purchase whole seed potatoes and cut them up to make seed potato pieces, be sure to let the cut pieces cure for 7 to 10 days in a warm environment so that the cuts callous over. This helps protect seed potatoes from rotting after planting.
    Potatoes are typically planted 2 to 4 weeks before the last spring frost, when soil temperatures are 40 to 55°F. A good indicator for potato planting time is the first dandelions beginning to bloom. Row spacing can be as close as 2 feet where space is limited, but we generally recommend spacing rows 3 feet apart to allow adequate space growth and hilling. Potatoes are usually planted in a shallow trench 6 to 8 inches deep, with seed pieces spaced 12 to 15 inches apart in rows. After planting, cover the seed pieces with about 3 inches of soil. Fill the trench gradually as the vines grow, never fully covering the vines once they emerge from the soil.
    Instead of planting in a trench, potatoes can be planted 1 to 3 inches deep and then mulched with straw or chopped leaves as vines grow. Continue adding additional mulch until it is about 10 to 12 inches deep. This method of planting makes harvesting the potatoes easy when the mulch is removed.
  • By Thomas B
    From Schenectady, NY
    These have a great yield and the plants flourished.