Reddale is a striking red potato with fine moist flesh, very early and high resistance to Verticillium Wilt. Good boiled, baked or Au Gratin. Early-Season.
|Size of Plant||Medium|
|Color of Skin||Red|
|Color of Flesh||White|
|Size of Tubers||Large|
|Color of Flower||Dark Pink|
|Tuber Late Blight Tolerance||Medium-Low|
|Suggested In-Row Spacing||8"-10"|
|Ease of Growing|
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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!