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Gloria Early Seed Potatoes 1Kg
  • Gloria Early Seed Potatoes 1Kg
  • Gloria Early Seed Potatoes 1Kg
  • Gloria Early Seed Potatoes 1Kg

Gloria Early Seed Potatoes 1Kg

1kg Gloria seed potatoes in a net to grow your own potatoes.

Gloria is an early potato with a nice oval shape and a light yellow color. Gloria potato is a fairly firm potato that becomes slightly crumbly on the outside after cooking.

  • Early seed potato
  • Fairly firm: suitable for cooking, baking and frying
  • Resistant to potato fatigue (nematode)
  • Moderately resistant to Phytophthora
  • NAK certified seed potatoes

Gloria is completely resistant to potato fatigue (nematode), but moderately resistant to early blight (Phytophthora). That is why it is recommended to harvest these potatoes early.

Content ±1kg = approx. 25-30 seed potatoes

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Description

Gloria seed potatoes

Gloria is an early potato with a nice oval shape and a light yellow color. Gloria potato is a fairly firm potato that becomes slightly crumbly on the outside after cooking.

  • Early seed potato
  • Fairly firm: suitable for cooking, baking and frying
  • Resistant to potato fatigue (nematode)
  • Moderately resistant to Phytophthora
  • NAK certified seed potatoes

Gloria is completely resistant to potato fatigue (nematode), but moderately resistant to early blight (Phytophthora). That is why it is recommended to harvest these potatoes early.

Gloria potatoes can be planted from March, however this does depend on the weather a bit. It is best to plant the potatoes in rows of 60cm with a mutual distance of 40cm in loosened soil. Plant the potatoes about 10cm deep with the shoots up.

Content ±1kg = approx. 25-30 seed potatoes

When to plant Gloria seed potatoes?

Gloria is a early potato variety and can be planted from the beginning of March to the end of April.

You can also pre-sprout seed potatoes to be able to harvest 2 weeks earlier. Place the seed potatoes in the daylight at room temperature so that they have short purple shoots. After 4 weeks you can then plant the seed potatoes in the open ground with a good head start.

How do you plant Gloria seed potatoes?

Plant the small seed potatoes in loosened soil in rows of 60cm spaced 40cm apart. Plant the seed potatoes about 10cm deep with the shoots up.

After about 6 weeks you have to ground the potato plants, which means that you make sure that the potatoes are not exposed. Always push a pile of soil against the plant, this will also make the plants more runners and therefore more potatoes. Also make sure you weed the weeds regularly.

When to harvest Gloria potatoes?

The potatoes can be harvested from June until the end of October at the latest. Pre-sprouted potatoes can be harvested approximately 2 weeks earlier. Scoop the potato plant upwards with a fork and remove all the potatoes from the ground. Let the potatoes dry outside for a day before taking them inside. It is important that you get all the potatoes out of the ground, as this prevents the transmission of diseases to the following year.

What potato type is Gloria?

Gloria is a fairly firm potato type. These potatoes will stay whole when you cook them, but the outside will turn a little crumbly. They are suitable for cooking, baking, frying, salads and casseroles.

Specifications

Reference
BZ-PO-881365
EAN
8719992071241
Tags
seed potato, potato
Brand
Buzzy Seeds

Other features

Botanic name
Solanum tuberosum
Cultivar
Gloria
Bulb size
28/40
Resistance against
Potato fatigue
Content / filling weight
about 1 kg
Potato Type
Quite waxy
Potato variety
Early season
Shape potato
Oval
Skin color
Yellow
Flesh color
Yellow
Planting time
March - April
Flowering period
June - July
Sufficient for m²
8 m²
Collection
Buzzy Seeds

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