About 320,000 acres. Incidentally, 2011 is the first year since USDA has been recording such data that Idaho actually has more corn acres (350,000) than potato acres.
Idaho is 53,500,000 acres.
Idaho's area is 53,531,000 acres.
13.1 billion pounds of potatoes were produced by Idaho farmers in 2009 on a total of 319,000 acres yielding an average of 41,100 pounds per acre.
Idaho has 52,891,596.8 acres of land.
Idaho potatoes are any potatoes grown in Idaho, which is one of the biggest producers of potatoes. White potatoes are any type of potato that has a white skin, like Kennebec. Potatoes come in many colors: red, russet, gold, even purple. Idaho is known mostly for their Russet potatoes. but not all potatoes are grown in Idaho. people like to get Idaho potatoes because they are uniquely from Idaho. i used to live their.
It depends how big the potatoes are
Because many of the potatoes eaten in the US are grown there.
The amount of potatoes produced are not counted individually, but in terms of weight. Also, we need to know what time period you are referring to for this question. But just for example, Idaho's 2011 potato production was 12.7 billion pounds of potatoes with an average yield of 39,800 pounds per acre.
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I believe the potatoe is mostly grown in Idaho around Bosie Another answer: Potatoes are grown throughout the world in both cool and warm climates. Although Idaho is famous for large white Idaho potatoes, there are many different varieties. Potatoes are very popular with home gardeners on nearly every continent.
Approx 2011 acres.