Early potato tuber set
This root system developed in 14 days after planting.
How many tubers do you suppose this potato plant can set in the first two sets and bring to full size at maturity?
The answer is: 20-30+, depending on the variety.
The first tuber set occurs much earlier than many expect, and can occur as early as 10-14 days after planting.
If a goal is to produce large numbers of tubers in a condensed early set, it is important to use products that drive reproduction rather than vegetative growth at planting.
These potatoes had a complete planter solution in the furrow that included Rejuvenate and Accelerate, and a foliar with Accelerate soon after emergence.
How much calcium do you think this root system can move into the tubers?