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Classified list of potato varieties, England and Wales

Classified list of potato varieties, England and Wales

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Published by NIAB in Cambridge .
Written in English


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StatementNational Institute of Agricultural Botany. 1983/84.
ContributionsNational Institute of Agricultural Botany.
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Open LibraryOL14144235M

Name Image Marketing Qualities; 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. The Yellow Finn potato has golden-tan skin and superior flavor. It shines in roasted potato recipes, with simple seasonings such as olive oil, herbs and spices. Medium-sized, white-fleshed potatoes, such as the Kennebec, are suitable for frying, mashing, boiling and even Yukon Gold has golden skin and flesh; it is a reliable choice when you need to boil, steam, or roast a potato.

The EU PCN Directive requires Member States of the EU to submit annually a list of all new potato varieties which have found to be resistant to PCN by official testing. Until , all cultivars of potato entered for the UK National List VCU (Value for Cultivation and Use) trials have been tested for resistance to the dominant pathotypes. Here is a list of the different varieties of potato Kent Potato Supplies Ltd is able to supply and deliver to takeaways, restaurants and shops in Kent Kent Potato Supplies Ltd - Registered in England and Wales Company Number: Web Design: Kent Potato Supplies Ltd. See Varieties | Our Customers | Free Sample.

Welsh cuisine, i.e. the cuisine of Wales, is highly influenced by the culinary practices adopted in England. The people of Wales largely make use of lamb and pork in their traditional recipes, apart from bacon. Most of the food in Wales is produced with local ingredients. Lamb is particularly popular here. Heirloom Potato Varieties 'Early Ohio' Potato. Hailing from the late s, Early Ohio was an improved version of Early Rose. A medium sized potato that does well in cooler climates, expect round potatoes with light colored skin to come up early in the season.


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Classified list of potato varieties, England and Wales Download PDF EPUB FB2

This is a list of potato varieties or cultivars can have a range of colors due to the accumulation of anthocyanins in the tubers. These potatoes also have coloured skin, but many varieties with pink or red skin have white or yellow flesh, as do the vast majority of cultivated potatoes.

Undamaged and damaged tubers of 10 cultivars were inoculated withPhoma foveata by two methods at five test centres over three years. Damaging tubers before inoculation increased the discrimination between cultivars.

While this increase was small with tubers rolled in cornmealsand England and Wales book, it was often substantial with those dipped in a suspension of comminuted agar : S. Carnegie, P. Gans, G.

Jellis, G. Little, C. Logan, R. Wastie. There are plenty of potato varieties to choose from. From first earlies to late maincrops, and everything in between. Don’t be alarmed by the huge choice of varieties. Our Potato Selector Guide will help you find your perfect potato.

Alternatively, check out our Top 10 Potato Varieties listed below and choose from some of our most popular. There are dozens, if not hundreds, of potato varieties; they vary in texture and behave differently when cooked. If you make a pot of soup and toss in some potato chunks, one of two things happens: The potatoes chunks remain intact, or they disintegrate.

The difference is due to the type of starch and the amount of moisture in the flesh — two. We generated a Top 6 potato varieties based on the USDA data for the fall potato crop. In its statistics, the USDA distinguishes a spring, summer and fall potato crop, but the fall potato England and Wales book is by far the largest segment, typically accounting for.

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), a book that has to be the last word on potato.

Sixty-four percent of potato fields in England and Wales sampled in a study by Minnis et al. () hatching pattern of G. pallida in relation to the decay of oxime carbamate nematicides in. Anonymous, a. Classified list of potato varieties England and Wales Cambridge: National Institute of Agricultural Botany, 16 pp.

The Potato Association of America Eisenhower Place Ann Arbor, MI Phone: () Fax: () E-mail: [email protected] But one of the best lines of defense is to select varieties that can handle these conditions in stride, so you'll get a good crop even if the weather isn't cooperating.

We recommend: Dark Red Norland, Red Chieftain and Yukon Gem. Adirondack Blue is one of the most drought-tolerant potato varieties. Drought-Prone or Sandy Soil. operates and growers in England and Wales have their seed potato crops classified. For the full details and legal requirements, you should refer to, currently, The Seed Potatoes (England) Regulations and the Seed Potatoes (Wales) Regulations Under these Regulations, it is an offence to market any seed potatoes that have not been.

Tests show susceptibility to late blight on foliage, powdery scab, silver scurf, potato leaf roll virus, potato virus Yo and potato cyst nematode Globodera pallida Pa2/3,1. Resistance to Blackleg, Bruising, Splitting, Dry rot Fusarium coeruleum and potato cyst nematode Globodera rostochiensis Ro1.

A smooth looking potato is not necessarily better than a misshapen one. Some varieties characteristically have skins which look netted or have eyes in them. Which potato variety should I buy. Choose potatoes for end use, rather than specific varieties.

These photos are three different potato varieties. They have been cooked in exactly the same way. A guide to potato varieties and types: • Russet potatoes—also called old potatoes, baking potatoes, or Idaho potatoes (if they were grown in Idaho)—have an oblong, elliptical shape, and a rough, netted, brown skin with numerous eyes and white flesh.

Russets grow from 4 to 6 inches ( cm) long and about 2 inches (5 cm) in diameter. APHA is responsible for checking the health of crops entered into the Seed Potato Classification Scheme (SPCS) in England and Wales, with subsequent grading based on a number of parameters.

Joe was a longtime friend of potato farmers and industry, serving as a potato breeder for the USDA at the Univ. of Idaho Res & Ext Center in Aberdeen, ID, working for 34 years (). Joe developed new potato varieties with colleagues.

Five of the top ten US potato varieties were created by Joe. Potato seed is what gardeners call small pieces of cut-up whole potato tubers, each with a growing bud that will form a new potato plant.

Growing Yellow Potatoes Easy-to-grow yellow flesh potatoes are a bit sweeter and have more antioxidants than America’s more popular white fleshed potatoes. First early seed potatoes are planted between February and April and normally harvested in June and July; a few weeks prior to other produce smaller potatoes that can be used new, boiled, steamed or sauted.

These seed potatoes normally produce very tasty tubers that have a. Evaluation of potato varieties in Northern Ireland. New potato varieties are evaluated in Northern Ireland by the Plant Testing Station, Crossnacreevy in trials conducted to determine their potential for production by local growers and use by processors and consumers.

First early varieties are grown in trials situated in the Comber area of Co Down. Caithness Classified Crops Ltd: Website: : Description: Seed supplier of Caithness Potatoes varieties for England and Wales: Contact: Dominic Gruindi: Email: Email This Member: Tel: Fax: Address: Greenwich Creekside 40 Creek Road London SE8 3FN.

College of North Wales, Bangor and Dr. L.R. Cooke, Department of Mycology and Plant Pathology, The Queen's Univer sity of Belfast for providing reference Al and A2 isolates.

References Anonymous (). Classified List of Potato Varieties, England and Wales .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 varieties.This potato variety originated near Manchester, Eng., about the year ; and appears to be a cross or hybrid between the Lapstone Kidney potato and Pink-eye potato. In this country, the variety has never reached the degree of excellence it appears to have attained in England.