Our organic potato crop is now growing out in the field. Potatoes are harvested in September and October each year and are available to ship to you at that time.
Seed Potatoes: After Harvest, potato tubers must go through a dormancy period before they will sprout and grow. This dormancy will last 4-10 weeks. For planting after December 1, the dormancy concern is a non-issue because our potatoes have completed their rest period here and will easily sprout and grow when warmed to room temperature.
Reddale Seed Potatoes: Highly resistanct to verticilium wilt. Large and early. Reddale potatoes have striking red potato with fine, mosit flesh. Delicious boiled, baked or Au Gratin. 70-90 days to maturity.
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Aug 6, 2011 | By Tracy Porter
The Reddale tied 3rd with the Onaway in pound/plant yield for us this year. This is a prolific plant that produces a lot of uniformed size, shape and color potatoes. Only two hills failed to germinate and less than 8% were affected by the Colorado Potato Beetle. This was one of my kids' favorite potatoes to dig because my kids knew each plant would have a lot of nice looking potatoes. We will definitely continue to plant the Reddale.
Fantastic Reds and Blues!!!!
Aug 22, 2008 | By rebecca stames
This is the second year of growing Reddale and Caribe' . This year, I planted them in a raised bed with a rich mix of mushroom compost and topsoil. Well, the result was an explosion of robust healthy plants that I am sure are going to yield a magnificent crop of beautiful, delicious potatoes! Thank you for an OUTSTANDING product!!!!
Dec 13, 2007 | By CC
The seed potatoes were the finest I've ever grown. The Caribe's yield was great, and the Reddale was wonderful. They are my new favorite.
Dec 13, 2007 | By DF
Best potatoes I ever grew. Thanks for your wonderful products.
Dec 13, 2007 | By AJ
Last summer was the first time I grew potatoes. Simce my vegetable garden is a scant 600 sq.ft., I was not able to plant the entire 5 lbs. of seed potatoes. However, my harvest in August weighed in at 72 lbs.!!! In September our family took out a 50ft. shade tree to make room for more potatoes! Your Reddales are so delicous; the family is hooked!!
Dec 4, 2007 | By RB
I grew the Reddale potatoes last year, yield was 75 lbs from a 5 lb investment. Without a doubt the best and smoothest potatoes I have ever grown. I appreciate your standard on the GMO food products, fresh and packaged.
Dec 1, 2007 | By M & RO
had great luck with the Reddale potatoes. They were excellent!
Dec 1, 2007 | By JJ
"My wife is diabetic. She was able to eat Reddale and onaway (both waxy) without raising her blood sugar like the (mealy) fries in fast food. I grew them in gallon containers. Planted Jan - Feb...GREAT!!
Dec 1, 2007 | By RS
The Reddale's we grew last year were wonderful. We used towers (cages with a mixture of chopped leaves and horse manure) made from chicken wire to be more space efficient. This year we will explore varieties from the 3 texture catagories. We are also avid organic gardeners. Good Stuff!!
Dec 1, 2007 | By TS
I ordered your Reddale seed last year. Delicious!