Package of Johnny's Selected Seeds
Package of Johnny's Selected Seeds

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Beauregard
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Beauregard

2469

Product ID: 2469

One of the most popular sweet potato varieties.

Dark red-orange skin with moist, sweet, orange flesh. Early, widely adapted, and produces a high percentage of marketable roots. Excellent choice for cool season areas.

Sweet potato plants ship from mid-April through June for spring planting

Product Price Qty
246925 Units  $19.00 
246950 Units  $25.50 
2469100 Units  $43.00 
2469500 Units  $155.00 
24691,000 Units  $300.00 

Quick Facts

Days to Maturity or Bloom:   90

Plant Cycle:   (A)  

Shipping Information & Notes

This product cannot be shipped to the following states:AE, AP, AS, CA, FM, GU, MH, MP, PR, PW, VI

This product cannot be shipped to Canada

This product cannot be shipped outside the United States

NOTE: Not approved for certified organic production.

SHIPPING NOTES:
You will receive bare-root "slips." Expect them to be wilted, dry, or pale in color from shipping. This is normal. Slips are very hardy and will still grow. If planting must be delayed, wrap the root end of the slips in moist paper towels, keeping the leaves and stems dry. Place upright and keep at room temperature, out of direct sunlight and wind.
Sweet Potato slips are shipped weekly from late April through the end of May. You may choose your desired ship week, or slips will be sent at the appropriate planting time for your location (by USDA Plant Hardiness Zone).
Plants are shipped via the U.S. Postal Service. Please provide a street address if ordering the larger sizes.
We cannot ship slips to CA, outside the US, or to US territories.
Please provide a street address for the larger sizes.

Sweet Potato Production

Growing Information

Sweet Potatoes

CULTURE: Sweet Potatoes grow best in well-drained, sandy loam soil with a pH of about 6.5. You will receive bare-root "slips". Expect them to be wilted, dry, or pale in color from shipping. This is normal. If planting must be delayed, wrap the root end of the slips in moist paper towels, keeping the leaves and stems dry. Place upright and keep at room temp., out of direct sunlight and wind. Plant out as soon as danger of frost has passed, and soil temp. is at least 60°F (16°C). In cold regions, black plastic mulch may help to warm the soil and is recommended. Plant slips 3-4" deep in raised beds 10-18" apart in rows 36-60" apart. Keep well irrigated until plants are established.
DISEASES: Avoid diseases such as scurf with crop rotation and by removing all plant debris after harvest.
INSECT PESTS: Sweet potatoes are usually free from major insect attacks, but problems may arise from Japanese beetles, cutworms, wireworms, and sweet potato weevils (in southern U.S.)
HARVEST: Dig roots in fall before hard frost and before soil temps. drop to 50°F (10°C). If plants get frosted, harvest as soon as possible - frost damage will travel from the plants down into the roots, and affect storage quality.
STORAGE: Brush soil from roots and cure in a warm (85°F/29°C), dark, well-ventilated place for 4-7 days to toughen skin. Store at 60° (16°C), in a dark, humid place and avoid unnecessary handling.


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