All potato types are planted in the spring. The difference is that early varieties are more tolerant of colder weather, mature faster, and require a little less space between plants. Main crop potatoes are planted are little later, take longer to mature, but typically produce bigger potatoes.
In addition, potatoes are sometimes described as being floury or waxy.
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