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Potato, ‘Red Norland’ Bin Box

Our Platinum Performers® have been carefully selected by DeGroot with your customer in mind.  Each variety in this collection has been chosen for qualities which lead to success.  Our vegetables in the Platinum Performers® selection exhibit high yields, are easy to grow, and are Non-GMO.

Red Norland open top Bin Box is an excellent retail solution for retail capper packages on shelves or endcaps.  Each bin box includes eye-catching POP on the front of each bin and retail capper packages.  Bin boxes are each sold separately or order a variety to customize your own display!

The ‘Red Norland’ potato is great for cooking, very healthy and easy to grow! Very good for boiling and salads. Good for frying, roasting, and French frying. This is an outstanding red potato that offers both great flavor and heavy yields. ‘Norland’ has a nice dark red skin color that contrasts against the bright white inner flesh that is especially appealing. ‘Red Norland’ potatoes are oblong, smooth, slightly flattened, medium red with shallow eyes. Specifically developed for northern growers and short seasons but found to be widely adaptable in many climates. Small eyes and smooth, thin red skin make for easy peeling with very little waste. Good keeper, but loses color intensity in long term storage. ‘Red Norland’ Potatoes matures in 90-100 days, or mid-season. Compact plants, ideal for small gardens.

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Each Bin Box includes 15 retail packages.  (Bin Box Dimensions:  15.5“l x 6“w x 13“d)

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Availability

# Description Qty per Unit Units Available Price/Unit
Bulk
PO732000 Potato, 'Red Norland' Bin Box 15 142 $36.75

Plant Details +

Size Grade B
Height 20-25"
Spacing 12-15"
Hardiness Zone 3-9
Exposure Full sun
Foliage Open, average-sized, medium green leaves
Harvest Late Summer

Planting/Care Instructions +

Planting Instructions: Select a sunny location and plant in early spring in the soil. Plant when the soil is workable. 1. Till the soil to a depth of ten or twelve inches. 2. Place one seed potato into the tilled dirt 4-6" deep. Then cover with soil. 3. Pull in additional soil as the plants develop. Always be certain the surface tubers are covered with soil. Water potatoes (thoroughly). SOIL PREPARATION - potatoes grow in just average soil, so a great deal of soil preparation is not really needed. However the addition of some compost or a little peat moss is beneficial. Avoid using fresh manure or lime in the soil where potatoes are to be grown, as it tends to cause scab on the potatoes. The addition of either 5-10-10 or 10-20-20 fertilizer is beneficial. Mix the fertilizer into the planting soil, prior to planting. Till or spade the soil to a depth of ten or twelve inches. Resists late blight. Heavy yields in midseason. Mini-tubers have 3-5 eyes each. Plant now, or store in a cool, dry place until you are ready to plant. They'll keep for weeks. NO CUTTING REQUIRED. Just plant one eye per hill. Plant this cultivar 4-6" deep in a broad well-shaped hill to control late season greening. Planting instructions: CUTTING POTATOES - if the seed potatoes are small to medium sized, plant the whole potato. If they are large sized, you can cut them in half, or quarter them. Each section should have two or three 'growth eyes'. After cutting, let the cut surface callus-over before planting them. SPACING - potatoes can be grown in many different ways. If you have lots of room the cut pieces can be spaced about a foot apart in rows which are spaced two to three feet apart. Then cover with about an inch of soil. Pull in additional soil as the plants develop. Always be certain the surface tubers are covered with soil. Hilling or mounding is another method of growing potatoes. Three or four pieces of potatoes are planted on a mound of soil, pulling in additional soil as the potatoes develop. WATERING - Black or hollow centers on potatoes is often caused by over-watering. Irregular watering causes irregular shaped or knobby potatoes. As a guideline, water potatoes (thoroughly) weekly during warmer summer weather. HARVESTING - New young potatoes are harvested when peas are ripe or as the potato plants begin to flower. For storage of full sized potatoes harvest them when the vines turn yellow or have died-back. STORAGE - Keep them in the dark, in a spot where temperatures are about 40 degrees.