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July 06, 2009



my son's father's great, great, great, great grandfather is the man who started the Triumph Red Potato:)
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Caroline Byrne

Hi I've just found your blog and read everything you've written about peppers! It's absolutely fascinating, I'm so glad to have found this. Thank you for sharing this knowledge. I'll be back §:)
Caroline (Ireland)

Kari Nelson

I just purchased Red Pontiac seed potatoes and thought I'd read a little before planting. As a fifth generation Sonoma County native transplanted to Utah, I am happy to have found your site and look forward to reading more. Thanks!

Amy White

Wonderful blog - I really enjoy your stories and information about these cool varieties. I tried growing potatoes for the first time this year. We have clay soil and maybe needed to fertilize a bit more, so the potatoes were pretty small, but I'll definitely try again next year!

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Its my first time to see this. I'm really fascinated by this potato but does this taste the same to the common one? Thanks for posting though.


Thak you for sharing them with us , I think it's worth reading

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