Potato (bulbs) Chaleur

Potato (bulbs) Chaleur

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Delivery May 2025

Canadian variety named for its improved tolerance to hot and dry conditions. High yield of very early large tubers with average storability. ‘Chaleur’ is one of the only varieties with which you can make French fries as soon as the second day after harvest. Also, excellent for boiling and baking.
(Early – Maturity 90 days)




Well-drained with lots of organic matter.



Companion plants

cabbage, kohlrabi, shallot, lamb's lettuce, onion, peas, thyme

Rival plants

tomato, eggplant, cucumber, squash, spinach




90 days

Green Thumb

Cultural practices : wait until mid-May in mild regions and early April elsewhere before starting planting.

Soil : the soil must be well loosened before planting in order to lighten the soil as much as possible. So turn the earth over about 30 cm. Do not rush to plant, the soil must be sufficiently warmed up, because the potato needs soil at 10 ° deep to grow.

Spacing : keep a distance of about 30 cm to 40 cm between each tuber, burying them 10-15 cm deep. Also, if you have several furrows that they are spaced about 60 cm to 70 cm each. Position the tuber vertically, making sure the sprout is facing upwards.

Growing tips : when the plant is about 10-55 cm high, butt the foot with light soil. This operation, which consists of forming a small mound at the foot of the stems, aims to keep the plant in the ground, protect it from the wind and allow it to develop as well as possible. Potatoes especially fear drought and prolonged lack of water. Evening watering is recommended when the weather is hot and you see the foliage wilting. Do not wet the leaves to avoid the appearance of diseases such as fungi. In order to avoid any risk of drought in the soil, it is advisable to put a mulch at the foot of the potato plants.

Harvest : it is unnecessary to harvest the potatoes before the foliage is completely yellowed. This essential yellowing step indicates that harvest is imminent. But it also indicates that you shouldn't wait any longer, because a complete drying out of the foliage would be a sign that you have waited too long.

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Restriction to order this product (Region)

Due to the sensitivity of the products, climatic variations and complexity of transport operations, W.H. Perron informs you that unfortunately, the products of this order form will no longer be shipped to these regions: Newfoundland and Labrador / P.E. I. / Quebec J0M / Alberta / Saskatchewan / Manitoba / Nunavut / Yukon / N.W.T and British Columbia, in the regions with postal codes starting with: A / C / J0M/ R/ S/ T/ V/ X/ Y. Quebec (except J0M), Ontario, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia

Potatoes Culture



The potato - delicious and nutritious ! Potatoes are an important source of proteins and B1, B2, B3, B5, B6 and B9 and mostly of C vitamins. We selected the top varieties for your garden with elite quality tubers. The quantity of tubers may vary depending on the varieties; we generally count 12 to 16 tubers per 1.5 kg (5 to 7.5 rows). Enjoy the unique taste of vegetables grown in your own garden.