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SELBA - Organic Certified Elba Seed


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Product Rating:  5 Stars
2007-12-13 10:43:25
 
Potato Seed
I have had tremendous success with your seed potatoes. Wonderful, delicious spuds!!
- BT, Sacramento, CA United States
Product Rating:  5 Stars
2007-12-13 12:09:30
 
All Blue Seed
Your potato seed is excellent!
- NJ, Hillsborough, NC United States
Product Rating:  4 Stars
2007-12-13 12:50:57
 
Potatoe Seed
Keep up the great work. Your potatoe seed is the best I've ever grown in 20 years! Thank you.
- MT, Manchester, NH United States
Product Rating:  4 Stars
2011-08-06 09:36:52
 
A pretty potato to grow
I am only giving this potato a 4 rating because it ranked the lowest out of the 15 varieties for germination. All 15 varieties were started and planted using the exact same methods and we had a 47% germination failure rate with this potato for some reason. My guess is that this particular potato just didn't have as many eyes as other varieties, but I did not count eyes on any of the seed potatoes I planted (I'll collect that data next season, maybe). However, the reason I still rank this potato a 4 is because it is a very pretty potato and even with the 47% germination failure, it still ranked in my top 5 potato varieties in pounds/plant yield (along with Yukon Gold, Cranberry Red and Island Sunshine). The Elba also ranked in the top 5 of the 15 varieties planted that was not preferred by the Colorado Potato Beetle. So all things considered, I will be planting the Elba next season.
- Tracy Porter, West Point, VA United States
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