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‘Red Duke of York’ (First Early Seed Potatoes) - Scottish tubers

‘Red Duke of York’ (First Early Seed Potatoes) - Scottish tubers

5 tubers sent by courier


Potato ‘Red Duke of York’ AGM (First Early Seed Potato)


Red Duke of York Seed Potatoes are a heritage variety from 1942. The red-skinned tubers have shallow eyes and yellow flesh. They are a potato packed with flavour and do not disintegrate on boiling, a fine, all-round variety, but particularly good as an early salad variety


As soon as the potato tubers have been delivered you should unpack them. To start the chitting (sprouting) process place them in single layer in a seed tray without compost and leave in a light, cool area protected from frost. This can be started about six weeks before you intend to plant them. Early varieties can be planted out under frost fleece protection, but the later varieties should be planted after the last frosts. Shoots may need protection from late frosts.

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