Varieties

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Name Image Marketing Qualities
Colomba  [Non-IVT Variety] [Read More]
Compass  Trials have found good resistance to dry rot (Fusarium coeruleum) and potato mop top (spraing).  This variety has low resistance to black dot, dry rot (Fusarium sulphureum), skin spot, powdery scab, blackleg 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. [Read More]
Constance  Constance is a yellow skinned, pale yellow fleshed table potato, suitable for general use. With early development after planting, this is a good early maincrop variety, with oval round tubers of regular shape and shallow eyes. It produces good sized tubers that are resistant to secondary growth and growth cracks. This variety is well suited on most soil types. With a medium dry matter of 20%, it eats well and retains its colour after peeling. It has a buttery taste and smooth texture making it ideal for mashing, boiling or baking. [Read More]
Corolle  [Non-IVT Variety] [Read More]
Cosmos  Second Early Baker with high yields of uniform tubers. Good drought tolerance. Excellent bright skin and good shape. Ideally suited to organic production. Susceptible to potato cyst nematode Globodera rostochiensis and globodera pallida Good resistance to common scab, tuber blight, bruising and splitting. [Read More]
Courage  This high yielding, rapidly bulking HZPC variety produces early yields of high dry matter and uniform red skinned, round tubers. It is suitable for ex field and short term storage use. Resistant to potato cyst nematode Globodera rostochiensis Ro1. [Read More]
Courlan  Tubers have some resistance to bruising and splitting.  Trials have found good resistance to common scab and blackleg.  This variety has low resistance to powdery scab and late blight on foliage and tubers.  Tests for resistance to potato cyst nematode demonstrated susceptibility to both Globodera rostochiensis Ro1 and Globodera pallida Pa 2/3, 1. [Read More]
Crisps4all  Tubers have excellent resistance to splitting and good resistance to bruising.  This variety has low resistance to blackleg, potato virus Yo , late blight on tubers and potato leafroll virus.  Tests for resistance to potato cyst nematode demonstrated resistance to Globodera rostochiensis Ro1 and partial resistance to Globodera pallida Pa 2/3, 1. [Read More]
Cultra  Cultra is a high yielding variety with low outgrade levels. Long oval tubers, parti coloured skins with cream flesh. Distinct pink eyes. Excellent cooking characteristics, with long term storage potential. Susceptible to spraing, internal rust spot, potato cyst nematode Globodera pallida Pa2/3,1 and potato virus Yo. Resistance to Splitting and tests show Cultra as resistant to potato cyst nematode Globodera rostochiensis Ro1. [Read More]
Daisy  Tubers have good resistance to bruising and splitting.  Trials have found good resistance to powdery scab, blackleg and dry rot (Fusarium coeruleum).  This variety has low resistance to dry rot (Fusarium sulphureum) and skin spot.  Tests for resistance to potato cyst nematode demonstrated resistance to Globodera rostochiensis Ro1 and susceptibility to Globodera pallida Pa 2/3, 1. [Read More]
Desiree  Maincrop maturity, with high yields and early bulking. Medium dry matter, firm cooked texture, good boiling, fresh French fry and mashing quality. High resistance to drought and good resistance to potato virus Yo and powdery scab. Susceptible to potato cyst nematode Globodera rostochiensis Ro1 and Globodera pallida Pa2/3,1, and mis-shapes on heavy soils. Moderately susceptible to spraing and mild mosaic viruses. [Read More]
Divaa  Tubers have good resistance to splitting and some resistance to bruising.  Trials have found good resistance to dry rot (Fusarium coeruleum).  This variety has low resistance to dry rot (Fusarium suphureum), potato leafroll virus, potato virus Yo, late blight on tubers and powdery scab.  Tests for resistance to potato cyst nematode demonstrated partial resistance to Globodera pallida 2/3 and 1, but susceptibility toGlobodera rostochiensis Ro1. [Read More]
Dolly  [Read More]
Druid  Very vigorous high yielding variety. Resistant to potato cyst nematode Globodera rostochiensis Ro1, with good resistance to tuber blight and common scab. Versatile in its culinary uses, it is suitable for crisping and French fries. [Read More]
Duke Of York  .  This variety has low resistance to late blight on foliage, late blight on tubers, common scab, potato leafroll virus and potato virus Yo .. [Read More]
Dunbar Rover  A second early variety bred in Scotland and first marketed in 1936. Dunbar Rover produces a moderate yield of oval, white-skinned tubers with a white, floury flesh. This variety has susceptibility to potato cyst nematode Globodera rostochiensis and globodera pallida pa 2/3,1. [Read More]
Dunbar Standard  A late maincrop bred by Mr C. Spence in Scotland and first marketed in 1936. Dunbar Standard produces a high yield of bold, long oval, white-skinned tubers with a cream flesh. Dunbar Standard is a tall, upright vigorous plant. Susceptibility to potato cyst nematode Globodera rostochiensis and Globodera pallida . [Read More]
Dundrod  Tubers have good resistance to bruising and splitting.  Trials have found good resistance to potato virus Yo.  This variety is susceptible to late blight on foliage and tubers.  Tests for resistance to potato cyst nematode demonstrated resistance to Globodera rostochiensis Ro1 and susceptibility to Globodera pallida Pa 2/3, 1. [Read More]
Dunluce  Dunluce is a first early variety bred in Northern Ireland by John Clarke and produces a moderate yield of round to oval, white-skinned tubers with a creamy, waxy flesh. Tests show susceptibility to potato cyst nematode Globodera rostochiensis Ro1 and Globodera pallida Ps2/3,1. [Read More]
Edony  [Read More]

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