Potato 'Arran Victory'
Solanum tuberosum 'Arran Victory'
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2 years to reach maturity
This plant has a mild fragrance
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Potato 'Arran Victory' Overview
The floury tuber of this main crop potato is the Oldest of the 'Arrans' still grown. It was named to celebrate the end of the 1st World War it is one of the only 2 blue skinned varieties still available. Its flesh is a snowy white colour and can produce a high yield given a long growing season. Often treated as an annual crop.
Common problems with Potato 'Arran Victory'
How to harvest Potato 'Arran Victory'
Wait to harvest until the leaves turn yellow towards the end of the growing season. Cut and the remove leaves, then leave tubers for 10 days in the ground before digging and storing in a dark frost free area.
How to propagate Potato 'Arran Victory'
In January or February chit seed potatoes in a cool light room (10C), When the ground is 50C (March/April) tubers can be planted in trenches 12.5cm deep and space tubers 60cm apart.
Special features of Potato 'Arran Victory'
For the best results grow in ground that has not been used for potatoes in the last two years.
Can be grown in large containers or potato bags.
Other uses of Potato 'Arran Victory'
Floury potatoes tend to break up when boiled so they are more suited to being roasted, baked and for making chips. They also suit being used for mash.