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Online ordering will resume when we release our 2015 catalog, in November 2014.
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Elba
Elba buff skin, white flesh Order your extra crates now! Elba’s dream-team yield will strike out your summer’s carried-over debts. Great-tasting spuds keep solidly all winter long. Dan Corey, who grows much of our unique conventional potato stock, says Elba is “hard to screw up, even for the organic guys.” Bulky standardized round white storage potatoes can survive in less-than-optimal conditions. Emerges slowly in spring. First pick for defense against fungal blights. LBR.

   7870 Elba
Discounted
Price
2.5# for $4.50
sold out, substitute 7790.
5# for $6.00
sold out, substitute 7790.
20# for $14.75
sold out, substitute 7790.
50# for $24.00
sold out, substitute 7790.
** Bulk prices (net, no discounts), when listed, apply to orders over 1000 lbs, placed by 2/28.

   7345 Elba organic
Discounted
Price
2.5# for $9.25
sold out, substitute 7323.
5# for $15.00
sold out, substitute 7323.
20# for $47.75
sold out, substitute 7323.
50# for $100.00
sold out, substitute 7323.
** Bulk prices (net, no discounts), when listed, apply to orders over 1000 lbs, placed by 2/28.
 

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additional information on Growing Potatoes
additional information on Spud Pests
additional information on LBR (Late Blight Resistant)
additional information on Late Blight
additional information on Substitutions
additional information on Ordering from Moose Tubers

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