Potato Kennebec 1kg bag

Botanical Name: Solanum tuberosum

1kg of Tubers
Availability: Out of stock

Large oval to oblong-shaped tubers with cream skin and flesh. Great all-round potato, performing well for salads, boiling, mashing and roasting, and an excellent variety for chips!

AuSPICA certified


Product Specifications
How To Grow

Certified seed potatoes are grown in controlled field conditions to ensure they are disease free, true to type, vigorous in growth and greater in yield. Potatoes grow in a wide range of soils, the ideal being sandy with a high humus content. They require nitrogen so add manure and garden compost to the soil before planting. Once the soil has warmed, new shoots will appear in 2-3 weeks and require mounding to encourage formation of the new tubers, and to ensure they are not exposed to the sun. Lift potatoes when vines begin to die. Remove excess soil from your freshly harvested potatoes, then lay them out in a cool, dim room covered with a cloth or towels to block out sunlight. Cure them for 7-10 days, during this time the skins will dry, small wounds will heal over, and a thicker skin will form which improves their storage life. Once cured, store in a cool, dry and dark place.

Plant: 10cm deep 30cm apart in full sun.

Watch our video on growing potatoes here.

When To Plant Autumn to Spring
Harvest 16-18 weeks
Soil Type well drained
Important Note

Our bulbs are seasonally available at leading garden retailers nationwide. Spring flowering varieties are in peak season February to June, and Summer flowering varieties and produce from June to September. Please contact your nearest garden retailer for availability.

Restricted Product - This product cannot ship to:
Tasmania, Western Australia

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If you are not completely satisfied with these seeds Mr. Fothergill's will gladly replace them for free. Performance subject to growing conditions.

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