On Dec 23, 2008, curzio from Kenosha, WI wrote:
Large, round to square, flattened tubers with red skin and moist white flesh. Can get very large and may do better if crowded. Try to plant some with 6" spacing instead of 9 to 12 inches. Noticed some growth cracks, but not on larger tubers.
Has tendency to grow long stolons away from the vine above soil surface - perhaps this could be the perfect variety for growing potato in a barrel with dry leaves as shading mulch. Good storage.
Google Kenosha Potato Project to follow my progress with growing this cultivar in a barrel.
On Feb 14, 2006, Farmerdill from Augusta, GA (Zone 8a) wrote:
Large, round-flat tubers with white flesh. A uniform and prolific producer of consistently shaped taters. Resistant to scab and stores better than most other reds.
Great tasting, bright red tubers with pure white flesh. Delicious boiled, baked or augratin. High resistance to verticullum wilt and medium dormancy makes it a good choice for a fall planting in more southern areas. Potatoes are large and and mature early from a spring planting.