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Goldrush Russet Seed Potatoes

#75105
Availability: Out of Stock
$18.95
5 lbs per package
4.89 stars, based on 9 review(s)
Ships: Spring

Goldrush Russet Potatoes are a great choice for the home garden! The Goldrush Russet is a great golden potato which matures in 110-120 days, or late season. This potato is EXCELLENT for storage and makes a good baking and boiling potato. This 5 lb. bag of seed potatoes will yield 50-75 lbs. of usable potatoes!

For more information on growing and cooking with potatoes visit our blog:

http://www.bulbblog.com/gardening-with-potatoes-101-guest-blog/

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Russet seed potatoes

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I cut into segments about a week before planting. So far, so good. They have sprouted beautifully, already I am covering leaves with mulch, additional dirt. Hopefully it should be a wonderful harvest.

North Mississippi

Gold Rush Potatoes 🥔

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  • Price
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First time growing the variety this spring. So far plants are big. I plant them outside on March 29 in zone 7a. Hopefully by July I get a beautiful harvest.

NY

Great Despite Squirrels

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  • Great germination rate
  • Easily visible seeds
  • Fast shipping
  • Great customer service
  • #SquirrelResistant
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These have been great despite squirrels planting peanuts that neighbors give them. The birds, fresh mulch, and our presence has deterred the squirrels a bit, but we’re glad these little guys grew despite them and colder than normal weather. Putting little bamboo canes also helped keep squirrels away from our grow bags, it’s just not as easy in ground.

Great

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Plenty of buds ,,planted

AZ

Fine So Far

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I planted the seed potatoes on April 13, 2021. It's April 30, today and they're coming up. Some are a bit ahead of the others, but they seem to be fine strong plants. You get many eyes on one potato.