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Potato varieties

Redcliffe N. Salaman

Potato varieties

by Redcliffe N. Salaman

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Published by University press in Cambridge .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Potatoes.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. [361]-368.

    Statementby Redcliffe N. Salaman.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxi p., 1 l., 378 p.
    Number of Pages378
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18683360M
    LC Control Number27000211

    Unfortunately, a potato’s history isn’t necessarily desirable. The Irish Potato Famine and other great disease spreads were possible in part due to genetic similarities. The varieties were all so similar that none of them were resistant to disease, allowing a fast and furious (and fatal) : Angela England. Includes all varieties based upon information provided by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency as of Octo * Includes only those varieties that are currently registered and have production exceeding or equal to 11 ha, with the exception of varieties denoted by * which identifies a non-registered potato variety under theFile Size: KB.

      The new /10 edition of the "World Catalogue of Potato Varieties" is available. The Catalogue now contains more than potato varieties that are cultivated in over countries world wide. The Catalogue also contains descriptions of about wild potato accesions from the wild potato collection maintained in the CIP genebank, in trust for the FAO International Treaty on Plant Genetic. Tubers have good resistance to splitting. Trials have found good resistance to powdery scab, blackleg and potato leafroll virus. This variety has low resistance to dry rot (Fusarium sulphureum). Tests for resistance to potato cyst nematode demonstrated susceptibility to both Globodera rostochiensis Ro1 and Globodera pallida Pa 2/3, 1.

      M MARFONA – Smooth textured, shaped potatoes with a golden brown skin and buttery taste. Marfona are one of the more popular baking/jacket potatoes. N NICOLA – A second early salad potato with a yellow skin and a pale yellow flesh.. O ORLA – A first early creamy skinned potato with round tubers and a pale yellow flesh.. P PINK FIR APPLE – very distinct appearance with knobbly . All potato plant varieties may be planted in March or April whether early season, midseason or late-season potatoes. Care must be taken not to plant the seed potatoes too early, however, as the pieces may rot in overly damp soil, and likewise, if planted in March, they stand a .


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The only comprehensive resource for home gardeners and commercial potato growers, The Complete Book of Potatoes has everything a gardener or commercial potato grower needs to successfully grow the best, disease-resistant potatoes for North American es practical as well as technical information about the potato plant, its origin, conventional and organic production techniques Cited by: 2.

rows  This is a list of potato varieties or cultivars. As a rule of thumb, it is possible to segregate. 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. First Earlies. this is a very good book on potato varieties by alan roman a keen potato grower.

he has brought some varieties others produced long ago onto the market as minitubers as you may not buy the potato plant itself that would just remain in the potato seed bank has some pages about the history of potatoes at the start of the book.

from being being brought over from south anerica to /5(24). this is a very good book on potato varieties by alan roman a keen potato grower.

he has brought some varieties others produced long ago onto the market as minitubers as you may not buy the potato plant itself that would just remain in the potato seed bank has some pages about the history of potatoes at the start of the book.

from being being brought over from south anerica to /5(28). The present varieties are included in the Victorian Certified Seed Potato scheme, and descriptions of each are set out in this Agriculture Note.

Origin: Sequoia was introduced from the U.S.A. and was released in It was the result of a cross between Katahdin and Green Mountain. Maturity: Late, capable of growing periods longer than days.

Best Potato Varieties. Potatoes come in several colors, shapes, and sizes. They are typically divided by length of growing time – so early, midseason and late types. Early Season Potatoes. Early season potatoes mature in days. Notable varieties include: Red Gold: An early potato with red skin and yellow flesh.

Excellent taste but doesn. The fact that dozens of potato varieties are grown in this country makes the question of which potato is best for a specific recipe even more confusing.

At any time you may see as many as five or six kinds of potatoes in your supermarket. Go to a farmers' market and you may see a dozen varieties. Potato Nutrition.

Did you know, potatoes are more energy-packed than any other popular vegetable and have even more potassium than a banana. With just calories, one medium, skin-on potato provides 30% of your daily value of vitamin C, along with the carbohydrate, potassium and energy you need to perform at your best.

Potato varieties. Cambridge, University press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Redcliffe N Salaman.

Find more information about: OCLC Number: Description: xxi pages, 1 leaf, pages color frontispiece. The Outlook for Chips Excluding Tortilla, Corn, and Potato Varieties in the United States by Philip M.

Parker | 28 Sep Paperback. Potato Variety Presentations in The Netherlands PotatoPro For over 10 years, PotatoPro is the proud online information provider of the global potato industry, with thousands of news articles, company descriptions, industry events and statistics.

Accent is a high yielding early bulking table variety. Attractive, uniform oval tubers with light yellow skins and flesh and excellent cooking characteristics. Resistance to common scab, bruising and splitting.

Resistant to potato cyst nematode Globodera rostochiensisi Ro1. Susceptible to foliage and tuber late blight, blackleg and potato cyst. A large, all purpose potato. Normally used as an old potato, and traditionally served roast as part of a formal Sunday dinner (with roast beef).

Maris Piper []. A white potato, which can be harvested new or, more usually, as an old potato, when it is widely regarded as among the best potatoes for. publication by Teagasc (Anon.

Undated a) details modern potato varieties produced as part of the Irish potato breeding programme. The European Cultivated Potato Database (Anon., Undated b) also provides a vast amount of information on many thousands of potato varieties.

This book is a further contribution to our knowledge on potato Size: 1MB. [Photograph: Shutterstock] It's not always easy to tell varieties of orange sweet potatoes apart. So to get a little more clarity about the differences between some of the most common orange tubers, I checked in with Keia Mastrianni, a North Carolina–based writer and oral is the Deputy Editor of Crop Stories, a food magazine telling the stories of farming in the agricultural Author: Elazar Sontag.

E dmonton Potato Growers are proud to offer a large selection of the most popular and productive seed potato varieties available in North America. S cientists believe that the long summer days in the far north (where EPG's growers are located) produce potatoes with more robust sugars and enzymes, and more productive power, this is referred to as "northern vigour" and all of our seed potatoes.

An essential guide to the most popular types of potatoes. With so many choices available, there are key characteristics in flavor and texture to look for when selecting. Learn the differences and uses to make the right decision for cooking. The culinary applications of the beloved potato are endless.

From fried, mashed, roasted, boiled, steamed. But there are varieties that fall in the centre, holding both waxy and firm qualities. These make great all-rounders, and tend to have the creamy consistency needed for a smooth mash.

There are roughly fifteen types of potato widely available in the shops. While the waxy or floury rule is a good starting point, it’s better if you know exactly. In fact, this is one of the varieties recommended by French chef Joël Robuchon in his Le Meilleur et le plus simple de la pomme de terre (, 44).

Simply work through the steps below, take a look at our potato varieties chart and find the best potatoes for you to grow at home. Step 1: Choose a potato cropping type; Step 2: Choose a variety of potato; Step 3: Plant up your potato tubers; Step 4: Harvest and enjoy your potatoes.

Planting potatoes in potato towers with straw and soil is an excellent alternative growing option to avoid having to dig up your potatoes (and risk injuring the potatoes in the process). This modified raised bed method also helps to save garden space, making it a great choice for small gardens.