Potatoes Harvest Time
Early varieties of potatoes are harvested when the plant growth is still green, healthy and has just sprouted flowers.
Gardeners may carefully dig down to the Main root system and feel for small, new potatoes. The main crop varieties are harvested between 18 to 20 weeks, as late as the end of September. When harvesting the main crop, break off the green growth about 2 weeks beforehand to stop growth. Gardeners may also simply wait until the green growth dies and dries up before harvesting. As of 2014, potatoes were the world's fourth-largest food crop after corn, wheat, and rice.
Now after you have harvested your potatoes remember that with your indoor gardening area you can place a grow tent and a LED grow light and start your winter growing season. You have become a year-round gardener.