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this is a long term on-going project - please search this page with the words "we tasted" to find posted results. - Micro tubers are smaller than a chestnut [Many viewers of this page study my descriptions and special project reports to make decisions on which varieties to grow.Interesting varieties which are grown with the common name "potato" but may not belong to the Solanum tuberosum specie [landrace species' taxa are kept for different count of chromosomes; monoploid count 12, diploid 24, triploid 36, tetraploid 48, pentaploid 60, and hexaploid 72]. If you need to order seed, please become a member of Seed Savers Echange (to order from me or other listed members).
Tubers which have tendency to set tubers above the soil line and possibly develop higher yields if grown in bags or boxes (container gardening). I often refer to tuber sizes as standard, mini and micro tubers.Potato varieties are organized on this catalog web page by the known name (some varieties are grown with several names).This list is expected to grow to 400 varieties by the end of 2015. See for yourself what I learned about growing potato during a season of extreme drought, without access to water for irrigation.Often you find all the sport cultivars bunched together as one variety, but in this listing we keep the sports separate, as we grow them out as separate varieties.Sometimes growers add their regional name to a cultivar name to imply that their soil, climat, or daylength produces better tubers - those regional additions are here listed as "aka" - if you grow these varieties, you should drop the regional addition to prevent confusion and/or fraud.
The vine growth is consistent with South American landraces, probably a diploid, S. Grown in 2013 in a 14" black bag, 3 mini tubers produced 13 oz, 80 tubers, 40 mini and 40 micro.