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Name Image Marketing Qualities
Lady Olympia  Lady Olympia, produces high numbers of long oval tubers with white skins with light yellow flesh. It has low levels of outgrades with good all-round disease resistance and good resistance to bruising and damage. Lady Olympia also possesses good long term storage potential, well suited to the processing sector. [Read More]
Lady Rosetta  Lady Rosetta is a specialist crisping variety, with high dry matters and low reducing sugars. It has early crop maturity and is suitable to quality crisp production either fresh or from short term storage. Moderate to high yields of uniform, round tubers with low outgrades, with good all-round disease resistance. Susceptible to Powdery scab, Bolackleg and potato cyst nematode Globodera pallida Pa2/3,1. shows resistance to Splitting and resistant to potato cyst nematode Globodera rostochiensis Ro1. [Read More]
Lady Valora  [Non-IVT Variety] [Read More]
Lanorma  Tubers have some resistance to splitting and good resistance to bruising.  Trials have found good resistance to common scab, skin spot, dry rot Fusarium coeruleum and silver scurf.  This variety has low resistance to dry rot Fusarium sulphureum and late blight on tubers.  Tests for resistance to potato cyst nematodes demonstrated resistance to Globodera rostochiensis Ro1 and partial resistance to Globodera pallida Pa 2/3, 1. [Read More]
Leonata  [Non-IVT Variety] [Read More]
Libertie  [Read More]
Linton  Tubers have some resistance to splitting, common scab and dry rot (Fusarium coeruleum).  Trials have found good resistance to blackleg.  This variety has low 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. [Read More]
Lionheart  Lionheart is a maincrop variety.  This variety is particularily suitable for french fries.  Susceptible to Dry rot Fusarium sulphureum , late blight on tubers and foliage and potatro vius Yn. Resistance to Dry rot Fusarium coeruleum and potato virus A. Tests for resistance to potato cyst nematode demonstrated susceptibility to both Globodera rostochiensis Ro1 and Globodera pallida Pa 2/3, 1. [Read More]
Lorimer  [Read More]
Lulu  Tubers have some resistance to splitting and excellent resistance to bruising.  Trials have found good resistance to late blight on tubers, powdery scab, common scab, blackleg and Potato Virus Yo.  This variety has low resistance to dry rot (Fusarium sulphureum).  Tests for resistance to potato cyst nematode demonstrated resistance to Globodera rostochiensis Ro1 and susceptibility to Globodera pallida Pa 2/3, 1. [Read More]
Madingley  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. [Read More]
Majestic  An early maincrop variety bred by Archibald Findlay in Lincolnshire and first marketed in 1911. Majestic produces high yields of of long oval, white-skinned tubers with a white, waxy flesh. Eyes are moderately deep and tubers may be prone to growth cracking. Tests show susceptibility to late blight on foliage, Blackleg, potato virus Yo, potato cyst nematode Globodera rostochiensis Ro1 and Globodera pallida Pa2/3,1. [Read More]
Malin  Beautiful potato suitable for the washing and pre-packing sector. It responds well to irrigation. For use in dishes where potatoes must be boiled or steamed. Shows resistance to Powdery scab and common scab. [Read More]
Malou  [Non-IVT Variety] [Read More]
Manhattan  Tubers have poor resistance to splitting and good resistance to bruising.  Trials have found good resistance to common scab, potato leafroll virus and potato virus A.  This variety has low resistance to late blight on foliage and tubers and potato virus Yn and 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]
Manitou  [Non-IVT Variety] [Read More]
Marfona  Second early table potato, tending to produce large baker fraction. Very popular early baker for numerous supermarket outlets. Tests show resistance to Dry rot Fusarium sulphureum and splitting. Susceptible to potato cyst nematode Globodera rostochiensis Ro1 and Globodera pallida Pa2/3,1. [Read More]
Maris Bard  First early maturity, high yielding and early bulking. Good resistance to, gangrene, drought, damage and bruising. Moderately susceptible to spraing, powdery scab and susceptible to potato cyst nematode Globodera rostochiensis Ro1 and Globodera pallida Pa2/3,1. Medium dry matter with good boiling and frying quality. [Read More]
Maris Peer  Second early maturity producing moderate yields of very uniform sample. Good resistance to powdery scab, gangrene, damage, bruising and skin spot. Moderately susceptible to drought, potato virus Yo, spraing and slug damage. Susceptible to potato cyst nematode Globodera rostochiensis Ro1 and Globodera pallida Pa2/3,1. Medium/low dry matter, firm cooked texture, good boiling quality. [Read More]
Maris Piper  Maris Piper (tuber) Maincrop maturity with high yields and many tubers per plant. Good resistance to gangrene ans splitting. Suitable for storage. Moderately susceptible to common scab, powdery scab, potato virus Yo, Dry rot Fusarium coeruleum , Fusarium sulphureum and slugs. Tests show this variety is susceptipble to potato cyst nematode Globodera pallida Pa2/3,1 and resistant to Globodera rostochiensis . Medium dry matter with good cooking and frying qualities. [Read More]

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