Organic potato Carolus. Solanum tuberosum.
Carolus is an attractive parti-coloured blight resistant variety with light yellow flesh colour. Tubers are uniformly oval in shape.
How to grow:
Main crop. Floury texture. Sow on early April into drills and earth up as they grow. This variety likes irrigation.
Potatoes love a rich fairly loose soil. Deep and well drained with plenty of organic matter. Grow potatoes in a different spot each year helps keep them healthy. Newly dug grassland can hold eel worm, so best to break new ground with something else. They dislike frost, so a warm sunny spot and keep the ground moist, preferably by watering from below.
Good blight resistance.
Favourite ways to eat them:
Carolus has a slightly floury texture once cooked, with an excellent flavour. It is very suitable for boiling, mashing and makes superb roast potatoes.
A native of south America, cultivated as far as we know up to 10,000 years ago.
Weight: Approx. 12 – 20 tubers per kg.
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