Varieties

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Name Image Marketing Qualities
Ballydoon  Ballydoon is a early variety first marketed around 1931. It was bred in Ayrshire by Mr John Watson. It produces a moderate yield of oval, white-skinned tubers with a white flesh. Shows low resistance to potato cyst nematode Globodera rostochiensis Ro1 and potato cyst nematode Globodera pallida Pa2/3,1. [Read More]
Balmoral  Balmoral is a high yielding variety with low outgrade levels. Long oval tubers, parti-coloured skin with cream flesh and distinct pink eyes. Good resistance to common scab. Susceptible to late blight on foliage, potato cyst nematode Globodera rostochiensis Ro1 and potato cyst nematode Globodera pallida Pa2/3,1. [Read More]
Bambino  Tubers have poor resistance to splitting and some resistance to bruising.  Trials have found good resistance powdery scab..  This variety has low resistance to silver scurf.  Tests for resistance to potato cyst nematode demonstrated resistance to Globodera rostochiensis Ro1 and susceptibility to Globodera pallida Pa 2/3, 1. [Read More]
Banba  Very high yielding variety. Banba produces a high percentage of large long-oval tubers. Resistant to potato cyst nematode Globodera rostochiensis Ro1 and good resistance to common scab, drought and mechanical damage. Susceptible to blackleg and potato cyst nematode Globodera pallida Pa2/3,1. It shows very good storage capability. [Read More]
Barna  Excellent robust variety suitable for diverse cooking uses including French fries. It has very good storage qualities and has resistance to diseases such as tuber late blight, blackleg. Susceptible to powdery scab, potato cyst nematode Globodera rostochiensis Ro1 and potato cyst nematode Globodera pallida . [Read More]
Belle De Fontenay  Belle de Fontenay is an old French salad variety from around 1885. It is a maincrop producing long, yellow-skinned tubers with light yellow flesh. Tubers are waxy with a fine taste. Susceptible to potato cyst nematodes Globodera rostochiensis Ro1 and Globodera pallida Pa2/3,1. [Read More]
Blue Belle  Tubers have some resistance to splitting.  Trials have found good resistance to potato virus Yo.  This variety has low resistance to dry rot (Fusarium sulphureum) and potato leafroll virus.  Tests for resistance to potato cyst nematode demonstrated susceptibility to both Globodera rostochiensis Ro1 and Globodera pallida Pa 2/3, 1, blackleg, black dot and late blight on tubers. [Read More]
Blue Danube  Tubers have some resistance to bruising and splitting.  Trials have found good resistance to blackleg, skin spot, potato virus Yo , dry rot (Fusarium coeruleum) and potato leafroll virus.  This variety has low resistance to dry rot caused by Fusarium sulphureum.  Tests for resistance to potato cyst nematode demonstrated resistance to Globodera rostochiensis Ro1 and susceptibility to Globodera pallida Pa 2/3, 1. Susceptible to silver scurf and common scab. [Read More]
Bonnata  [Non-IVT Variety] [Read More]
Bonnie  Early production of bold even sized tubers. Bright skin finish with red splash. Suitable for pre-pack and export markets. Bakes well with good taste-test results. Good resistance to silver scurf, skin spot, blackleg and potato cyst nematode Globodera rostochiensis Ro1. Good dormancy. Susceptible to tuber late blight, powdery scab, potato cyst nematode Globodera pallida Pa2/3,1, potato virus Yo and spliiting. [Read More]
Bounty  Tubers have good resistance to black dot, dry rot (Fusarium coeruleum), bruising and splitting.  Trials have found good resistance to potato virus Yo.  Tests for resistance to potato cyst nematode demonstrated resistance to Globodera rostochiensis Ro1 and susceptibility to Globodera pallida Pa 2/3, 1. Susceptible to Dry rot Fusarium sulphureum and potato leafroll virus. [Read More]
Bremner  Tubers have good resistance to splitting and some resistance to bruising.  Trials have found good resistance to dry rot (F. coeruleum). This variety has low resistance to dry rot (F. sulphureum). Tests for resistance to potato cyst nematode demonstrated susceptibility to both Globodera rostochiensis Ro1 and Globodera pallida Pa 2/3, 1. [Read More]
Bricata  [Non-IVT Variety] [Read More]
British Queen  British Queen was bred by the Scottish breeder Archibald Finlay in Lincolnshire and first marketed in 1894. The variety is still popular in Ireland where it is sold as 'Queens'. British Queen is second early variety producing a moderate to high yield of white-skinned, oval tubers with a white, floury flesh. Low resistance to potato cyst nematode Globodera rostochiensis Ro1 and potato cyst nematode Globodera pallida Pa2/3,1. [Read More]
Brooke  Tubers have some susceptibilty to bruising and splitting.  Trials have found good resistance to blackleg, dry rot (Fusarium coeruleum) and potato leafroll virus  This variety has low resistance to dry rot (Fusarium sulphureum) and late blight on tubers.  Tests for resistance to potato cyst nematode demonstrated resistance to Globodera rostochiensis Ro1 and susceptibility to Globodera pallida Pa 2/3, 1. This variety also has susceptibility to Bruising and Splitting. [Read More]
Burren  Great variety for Mediterranean-type climates. Burren is a long-oval potato with shallow eyes, good drought resistance and good storage capability. It is very high yielding and produces larger crops compared with Spunta. This variety has susceptibilty to potato cyst nematode Globodera rostochiensis Ro1 and potato cyst nematode Globodera pallida Pa2/3,1. Test show resistance to Potato leafroll virus and potato virus Yo. [Read More]
Bute  Tubers have some resistance to bruising and splitting.  Trials have found good resistance to powdery scab, dry rots Fusarium sulphureum and Fusarium coeruleum, mop top (spraing) and potato virus A  This variety has low resistance to tuber late blight, potato virus yn, potato leafroll virus and potato virus Yo .  Tests for resistance to potato cyst nematode demonstrated resistance to Globodera rostochiensis Ro1 and susceptibility to Globodera pallida Pa 2/3, 1. [Read More]

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