Ever wonder where your favorite fries got their start?

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What makes a potato perfect?

Crispy golden fries don't come from ordinary potatoes. They come from potatoes grown in rich, fertile soil, in an ideal climate, by dedicated farmers. When all the elements come together, the results are nothing short of delicious.


Potatoes do best in full sun, requiring at least 6 hours each day during the growing season.


Potatoes like a controlled and consistent source of water — about 1-2 inches per week.


Potatoes prefer rich, sandy soil that’s well drained.


Warm, sun-filled days and cool, clear nights keep potatoes happy. They prefer temperatures between 50°F and 85°F.

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Perfect Potato Growing Regions

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