Second early Potatoes

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Second early potatoes are harvested after approximately 120 days of cultivation, varieties like Bintje, White, or Charlotte for example. The tubers of these varieties can be harvested early, before ripeness, or at full ripeness. New potatoes should be consumed quickly, while mature tubers can be stored for quite a long time in a cool and dark place, particularly on a shelf, during the winter periods. There are 3 categories of potatoes, according to the texture of the flesh. Varieties with firm flesh that hold up well when cooked, ideal for boiling or steaming, simmering or frying. Varieties with floury flesh that easily crumble and are perfect for mashing or soups, but also for fries. And finally, varieties with tender and melting flesh that hold up well when cooked and can be used in multiple ways: frying, simmering or baking. Plant the tubers from mid-March to May, depending on the climate, and harvest approximately 120 days after planting.

 

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