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Old April 28, 2019   #1
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After getting frostbitten the potato row has come back beautifully. The Red Pontiac half of the row has lots of buds and has started to bloom.

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Old April 29, 2019   #2
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That is a great picture and potato plant!
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Lovely!
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Old April 30, 2019   #4
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Wish I had the space for potato rows.

I grew an early variety in the past called rocket.

They were said to be a fairly tasteless potato but were one of the nicest potatoes I have tried and better than shop ones. Super early and large for early ones
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Thanks! And I will pass the comments along to Pickles who is in charge of the potatoes. This is the third year growing potatoes and these are the prettiest plants yet. Not one CO potato beetle yet.
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when they bloom it
is indication that
starting to
set tubers.
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No potato man here.
Mine are popping .
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