RpR said:Chitting is letting eyes sprout larger.
Your potatoes should already have eyes; if they do not you got a bum deal.
You can plant this late; best if you keep you soil below 70 degrees before planting.]
Potatoes do not like to be planted in warm soil.
The state of your eyes will determine how quickly potatoes break the soil surface as does the variety you plant.
Which kit did you buy?
H, I bought the organic certified patriotic potato container growing kit from Wood Prairie Family Farm. It came with Adirondack Blue, Dark Red Nordland, and Elbas. 4 each. They did have eyes on them and they are growing fairly quickly except the Elbas, unfortunately their eyes don't seem to be growing much. I didn't know that about the soil so thank you for that because I have it outside and it's been hot here lately. I'll put it somewhere cooler for now.