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Katahdin buff skin, white flesh The choice winter potato for northeastern growers. Released in 1932 by the USDA and Maine, it is the standard to which all storage potatoes are compared. Very well suited to a Maine growing season, spreading plants can produce some lunkers. The tubers tend towards the soil’s surface, so hill well. Resistant to mild mosaic, but not spindle tuber or leafroll. Medium-to-large spreading plant with many large light purple flowers. Conventional seed only.

This item will ship on our regular shipping schedule, starting in early April with the warmest hardiness zones. We cannot ship this item any earlier; we regret that we cannot honor any requests to do so.

7900 Katahdin conventional
A: 2.5# for $5.25
B: 5# for $6.75
C: 20# for $18.75
($10.75 for orders over 1000#, by 3/3)**
D: 50# for $26.00
($20.25 for orders over 1000#, by 3/3)**
** Bulk prices (net, no additional discounts), when displayed, apply to orders over 1000 lbs, placed by 3/3.
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Solanum tuberosum
Early potatoes mature in 65-80 days.
Midseason potatoes mature in 80-90 days
Late potatoes mature in more than 90 days

Fingerlings are long and thin, shaped like small fish or maybe even fingers, displaying various skin and flesh colors. Fingerlings are often prolific and disease-resistant. Though late maturing, the plants set heavily and small ones can be harvested early. Chefs, market farmers and home gardeners find these beautiful potatoes have unequaled flavor and culinary qualities.

LBR indicates field resistance to late blight.