I grew potatoes in 3 different locations this year:
(1) a bed that was sheet mulched last summer. Heavily composted and mulched during the winter
(2) Part of the Kitchen Garden where the box turtle dug in and hibernated during the winter
(3) [url=https://www.helpfulgardener.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=139241#139241]Potato Silos in the Front Fence Row[/url]
... and the winner is.... The Potato Silo potatoes! they're the ones to the left.
These are not the entire yield, obviously. I dug just enough for dinner. Potato Silos were planted last, grew tallest (up to 5 feet plants), made lots of berries, and a lot of the foliage are still green so I'm harvesting as I need them. The All Blue and Adirondack Blue potato foliage in Bed#1 are also still alive. I'll compare their production levels next.
Flip side, as you can see, some kind of burrowing animal has found the Silos and munched on a couple of potatoes. I took one of my cats out on a leash and harness and had her rub all around the Potato Silo. Hopefully that helped. In the #1 bed, the main pest is wireworms. I found 1/2 dozen tubers with holes tunneled all over. But I did unearth 3 wireworms and dispatched them.