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We have November plants finished for 2017.

Seed potatoes now available to order ~ Seed potatoes 2018, click here.

Plants for 2018 ~ we are working our planting programme, as soon as it is ready, we sill switch the varieties back on. If you want to receive an email when 2018 season is ready, follow this link ~ Email update for 2018.

Sárpo Blight-tolerant varieties

Sárpo varieties

The Srvri Research Trust is a not-for-profit company based near Bangor in North Wales, U.K. They breed Srpo potatoes, resistant to late-blight disease. They research the late-blight pathogen, Phytophthora infestans, and how it manages to evade most methods of control.


Six of their varieties are Nationally Listed in U.K. Srpo Mira and Axona are red, maincrop potato cultivars, ideal for low-input and organic growing, having the highest natural resistance to the new strains of blight as well as high resistance to common viruses.


Other characteristics of our Srpo varieties include high yield and deep-rooting for good drought tolerance and vigorous, weed-smothering foliage. Un-refrigerated storage is possible because of long dormancy. Their hardy constitution means that they have an exceptionally light carbon footprint.

Sarpo Mira - 1kg bag - Organic seed potato (February)

Sarpo Mira is one of the varieties developed by the Sárvári family Hungary who have been breeding potatoes for high natural resistance to late blight for over 40 years (without using GM technology).

Good all-rounder: bake, chip, mash, roast
Suitable for harsh conditions
Drought tolerant and very high-yielding
Tall, weed smothering foliage with the highest blight resistance
Perfect for gardens with more space

Which? Best buy for blight resistance potatoes

Price: (1 item) 3.25
Price: (2 to 3 items) 3.00
Price: (4 or more items) 2.70


Plus postage and packing.


Total Price: 3.25

Quantity:


+ Postage

Axona - 1kg bag - Conventional seed potato (February)

Maincrop - Red skin and cream flesh.

Versatile variety: bake, chip, mash, roast
Superb potato taste
Large and regular tubers
Weed-suppressing foliage with pink flowers
Just keeps growing; yields can be huge
Extremely tolerant of blight and other diseases
Which? Best buy for blight resistance potatoes

Price: (1 item) 3.25
Price: (2 to 3 items) 3.00
Price: (4 or more items) 2.70


Plus postage and packing.


Total Price: 3.25

Quantity:


+ Postage

Kifli - 1kg bag - Conventional seed potato (February)

Early Maincrop - A creamy-fleshed and waxy potato suitable for salads and boiling.

Great new-potato flavour all summer long
Ideal for raised beds and containers
High yielding, and can be stored until spring
Good all round disease tolerance

Price: (1 item) 3.25
Price: (2 to 3 items) 3.00
Price: (4 or more items) 2.70


Plus postage and packing.


Total Price: 3.25

Quantity:


+ Postage

Srpo Shona - 1kg bag - Conventional seed potato (February)

Early Maincrop - White skin and cream flesh.

Suitable for chips, mash or roast
Loved for its taste and cookability
Best for small gardens and container growing
Matures early with large yields
Excellent blight and disease tolerance

Price: (1 item) 3.25
Price: (2 to 3 items) 3.00
Price: (4 or more items) 2.70


Plus postage and packing.


Total Price: 3.25

Quantity:


+ Postage


Postage and Packing

Potatoes delivery is based on weight, and it is calculated automatically as you add the nets to your basket. The banding is as follows:: 1.0kg ~ 4.95; 2 - 3kg ~ 7.00; 3.5 - 18kg ~ 8.00.

If you require more than 18kg or delivery to Isle of Wight, Northern Ireland and Scottish Highlands (AB37-56, FK19-21, IV1-63, KW1-14, PA21-40, and Scottish Offshore, please call for price (01354 740553).

To share the cost of postage please order with a friend.