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Waxy, thin skinned tubers
Perfect for salads, and makes great jackets| roasties and mash too!
Good resistance to blight and scab
Fulfilled and sold by Thompson & Morgan
Height Up to 60cm (24in)
Spread Up to 60cm (24in)
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Chip giants McCain have launched their own range of seed potatoes allowing you to grow these flavoursome spuds at home! Potato ‘Premiere’ is a heavy yielding variety. The oval tubers are pale gold and thin skinned, with shallow eyes. The yellow flesh is a waxy, somewhat creamy texture with a delicious flavour. Selected for its great flavour as a multi-purpose potato, which makes fabulous chips, and tasty roasties and mash. It is equally goodboiled or steamed as a salad potato.This versatile variety also shows good resistance to blight and scab. Height and spread: 60cm (24").
2kg (approx 16-28 potato tubers) (KB2681)
1kg (approx 8-14 potato tubers) (KB2680)
Plant first early potato crops from the end of February. Prior to planting, 'chit' the seed potatoes by setting them out in a cool, bright position (10C/ 50F) to allow them to sprout.
When growing first early potatoes in the ground avoid planting in soil where potatoes have grown for two years in succession to reduce the risk of disease. Prepare the planting area in a sheltered position in full sun on moist well drained soil. Dig in plenty of well rotted manure. Plant potatoes in rows at a spacing of 30cm (12"). Rows should be set out 60cm (2') apart. Place the seed potatoes into 10cm (4") deep trenches and backfill the soil to refill the trenches. When shoots reach 20cm (8"), mound up soil around the shoots leaving just a few cm showing.Repeat this process after a further 3 weeks.
Where space is limited, try growing potatoes in potato bags on the patio. Fill an 8 litre potato bag to just below the top of the bag with good quality compost mixed with some well rotted manure. Carefully plunge a single chitted potato tuber into the compost with the shoots pointing upwards at a depth of 12cm (5") from the soil surface. Place the bags in a sunny position and water regularly to keep the compost moist.
Weed between rows and keep potato plants well watered throughout the growing season. If the risk of frost threatens, draw some soil up around the stems to protect them, or move potato bags to a frost free position in a shed or greenhouse. First early crops can be harvested approximately 10 weeks from planting when the foliage begins to turn yellow and die back.
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