Available January 2, 2017—May 14, 2017
Long-day sweet and storage varieties do well in the northern states that have between 14-16 hours of daylight length. Sweet varieties generally mature a few weeks before storage varieties and will keep from one to four months, so eat them first. These varieties will do best from the Midwest to the Canadian border. If planted early, they will do well in the northern half of the intermediate-day areas.