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Thanks, that's a big help. The variety we ordered was not the one we got, we got the one that is in the grocery stores. I think it is about 100 days but I put mine in a greenhouse to shorten the time. I think around the 15th I will brush the soil back on one and see what I have. Do you get more than one potato per plant?
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KJ, I think each plant is suppose to produce something like 4 or 5 potatoes. Even if there is only one, it will be very special.
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Thanks, sanderson. I only planted this one potatoe as it rotting and I was going to throw it on the compost heap. there was a green shoot so I took a chance and it has grown quite a nice bunch of leaves and covered maybe about four square feet. Can't wait to see what is underneath, and maybe save some for replanting next year.
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