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Potato Apossarpo Axonaapos Potato Late Maincrop Potato

Summary Details: Position sun partial shade soil fertile, well drained rate of growth fast growing harvesting period july onwards hardiness protect tubers from frost another recently introduced late maincrop potato, which like its close relative apossarpo miraapos, has an ...
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Position sun partial shade soil fertile, well drained rate of growth fast growing harvesting period july onwards hardiness protect tubers from frost another recently introduced late maincrop potato, which like its close relative apossarpo miraapos, has an outstanding resistance to blight. The pink skinned tubers have a uniform shape and their creamy flesh has an excellent flavour that lends itself well to all methods of cooking. A tasty all rounder that has good disease resistance what more could you want? Garden care as soon as the potato tubers have been delivered you should unpack them and 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 worst frosts have passed in your area this is generally mid march to mid april. Dig a trench 8 13cm 3 5in deep adding a general purpose fertiliser to the bottom of the trench. Plant the potato tubers in the trenches about 30cm 12in apart, being careful not to knock the shoots off the tubers, and keeping the shoots facing upwards. Then lightly cover with soil. As the plants get to around 20cm 8in tall you need to bank up the soil around the plant, so the soil covers the bottom two thirds of the plant. Watering your plants well will help improve crop yield and discourage potato scab. Photography of potato apossarpo axonaapos courtesy alan romans

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