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  1. Mark

    Mark Founder Staff Member

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    Competition Time! WIN $50 in PayPal CASH! The prize will be emailed directly to your inbox:twothumbsup:

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  2. Mark

    Mark Founder Staff Member

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    @Ash you won this comp! (again) :cheers::popcork:
    The Question was:

    The Kennebec, Mozart, and Nicola are varieties of what vegetable?
    The correct answer was:

    Potato
     
  3. Ash

    Ash Valued Member Premium Member GOLD

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    Most appreciated. Which reminds me to check up on the spuds growing in the planter bags...
     
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    OskarDoLittle Valued Member Premium Member GOLD

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    Oh, pics pls Ash (unless like mine, you're still waiting for the shoots to surface...pics of dirt in bags...probably not so exciting!) I got mine in ?late according to the nursery up the road, but on time according to the online nursery. As Cliss said, guess it depends on variety.
     
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    Oskar, I have one lot of red skinned spuds from the online mob that are being very tardy at shotting.
    They have had little buds of shoots for about 5weeks & not developed any further.
    I am thinking of putting them in the fridge for a while.
    This season went from warm winter to hot spring & I wonder whether the spuds are too confused to sprout properly.
    If your are tardy also, perhaps you could shake them free from their soil & place them in a dry plastic bag & fridge them for a week or 2.
     
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    OskarDoLittle Valued Member Premium Member GOLD

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    I got both Kipflers and a red skin Ruby Red (or maybe Ruby Lou!) They've only been in the bags for about 2 weeks...so I think I'm just being impatient! They already had chits about 2-3cm on the Kipflers. I did notice that any longer chits on the reds seemed to have blackened off and wasn't expecting them to grow. I was hoping the little eyes that hadn't grown yet might still go though. Will keep you informed on a more appropriate potato thread!!
     
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    Congrats Ash
     
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