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Potatoes require a cool but frost-free growing season. Grow potatoes through the summer in cool northern regions. Grow potatoes in fall, winter, and spring in hot summer southern regions.
- Plant potatoes as early as 4 to 6 weeks before the average last frost in spring or any time after the soil temperature warms to 40°F (4.4°C).
- Potatoes need 75 to 135 or more cool, frost-free days to reach harvest depending on the variety.
- Harvest late winter or spring-planted potatoes before daily temperatures average 80°F (27°C)
- Potatoes do not grow well in extreme heat or dry soil. High temperatures can cause mature potatoes to discolor inside.
WHERE TO PLANT POTATOES
- Grow potatoes in full sun.
- Plant potatoes in fertile, well-drained soil rich in organic matter. Add several inches of aged-compost or commercial organic planting mix to planting beds before planting.
- Loosen the soil to 18 inches (45cm) deep or grow potatoes in raised or mounded beds.
- Do not grow potatoes where the soil is compacted, heavy with clay, or constantly wet.
- A soil pH of 5.0 to 5.5 is best for potatoes. Alkaline soil increases the size of the crop but also increases the incidence of scab–a condition that affects the skin of the potato.
Spring Planting Potatoes. Plant potatoes 3 to 4 weeks before the last spring frost; in Zone 7 and warmer, plant a second crop in late summer or fall. Time the planting in spring so that new foliage is not killed by the last frost.
In mild summer regions, you can plant early, mid-season, and late-maturing cultivars in spring for an extended harvest season.
Summer Planting Potatoes for Autumn Harvest. Plant potatoes no later than 12 weeks before the first expected autumn frost.
Winter Growing in Mild-Winter Regions. If you live where winters are mild and summers are hot, plant late-season potatoes in winter for harvest in mid to late spring before the weather turns hot or plant early-season potatoes in late summer for a fall crop.
Growing Potatoes in Sub-Tropical and Tropical Regions. In tropical and subtropical regions potatoes can be grown all year round, although they are best planted in summer and autumn for harvest before the rainy season.
Yield. Potatoes are highly productive and can yield 6 to 8 pounds (3-4kg) of tubers per square yard (meter).