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Peter Wilcox
Potatoes
Overall Rating:
(5.0 Stars) Overall Average 5
1 Review
Days to Maturity:
90
  Early mid-season. Spreading plants produce dainty mauve with bright orange stamens flowers that yield round to oblong shape tubers with medium purple skin color, moderately smooth to slightly netted skin with shallow eyes and medium to dark yellow flesh with occasionally purple streaks. Dormancy about 5 months so good storage. Disease resistant variety. Resistance to powdery scab, golden nematode. Bred by Kathleen Haynes, USDA ARS, Beltsville, MD and released in 2007. Days to maturity 75 to 90 days. Also know as Purple Sun or Blue Gold.
Adirondack Red
Potatoes
Overall Rating:
(4.8 Stars) Overall Average 4.8
5 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
NA
  Early- to mid-season, medium- to high-yielding variety. Dark green decumbent to spreading vines bear oblong to long, slightly flattened, purplish-red-skinned tubers with shallow eyes and pink to red flesh. Excellent flavor. Good for boiling, mashing, pan frying, salads and microwaving. Color may leach out during boiling but not with other cooking methods. 2004 release bred by Walter De Jong at Cornell University. Formerly T17-2.
Dark Red Norland
Potatoes
Overall Rating:
(4.6 Stars) Overall Average 4.571428571428571
7 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
NA
  Early-season. Oblong, smooth tubers with dark-red skin and moist, firm, white flesh. Fair storage. Highly resistant to scab and resistant to leaf roll and potato viruses A and Y.
Russet Norkotah
Potatoes
Overall Rating:
(4.5 Stars) Overall Average 4.5
2 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
60 - 75
  Early-season. Medium-long, smooth tubers with netted, dark-russet skin, shallow, golden eyes and white flesh. Good storage. Resistant to scab and root knob.
Red Pontiac
Potatoes
Overall Rating:
(4.4 Stars) Overall Average 4.4
5 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
60 - 75
  Early-season. Round tubers with red skin, medium-deep eyes and moist, crisp, white flesh. Excellent storage. Good drought tolerance. Medium resistance to scab. Also known as Dakota Chief.
Irish Cobbler
Potatoes
Overall Rating:
(4.2 Stars) Overall Average 4.25
4 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
NA
  Early-season. Round tubers with buff skin and firm, dry, white flesh. For short-term storage. Medium resistance to scab. Medium-sized plants.
Caribe
Potatoes
Overall Rating:
(4.2 Stars) Overall Average 4.2
5 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
60 - 75
  Very early. Oblong tubers with purple skin, snow-white, waxy flesh and medium-dry texture. Stores well but skin color loses brightness. Good resistance to scab and storage rot. Medium-sized plant.
Superior
Potatoes
Overall Rating:
(4.0 Stars) Overall Average 4
3 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
NA
  Early-season. Medium, erect to spreading plants yield smooth, oval tubers with buff skin and white flesh. Good for long storage. Resistant to heat and drought and scab. Susceptible to blackleg, fusarium PVLR, PVX, PVY, verticillium wilt, pressure bruise, late blight.
Adirondack Blue
Potatoes
Overall Rating:
(4.0 Stars) Overall Average 4
3 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
NA
  Early- to main-season variety good for Baking, boiling, steaming, mashing, brightly colored salads. Spreading plants yield large, round to oblong, slightly flattened, purple-fleshed tubers with purple skin. Susceptible to common scab and silver scurf. Resistant to golden nematode. Formerly known as S45-5.
Chieftain
Potatoes
Overall Rating:
(4.0 Stars) Overall Average 4
2 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
60 - 75
  Early- to mid-season. Large, round tubers with shallow eyes, red skin and moist, firm, white flesh. Fair storage. Medium-sized plants. Highly resistant to scab and resistant to net necrosis, stem-end browning and late blight. Also known as 'Chiefton'.
Elba
Potatoes
Overall Rating:
(4.0 Stars) Overall Average 4
1 Review
Days to Maturity:
NA
  Late season. Round, smooth, tubers with buff skin and firm, moist, white flesh. Excellent storage. Disease resistant variety. Resistance to scab, leaf hoppers, early blight, Verticillium wilt, golden nematode and Colorado potato beetle. Considered the potato variety most resistant to late blight.
Red Cloud
Potatoes
Overall Rating:
(4.0 Stars) Overall Average 4
1 Review
Days to Maturity:
70 - 90
  Mid-season. Round tubers with red skin and medium-dry, snow-white flesh. Excellent storage. High resistance to scab, early blight, hollow heart, heat stress and drought. Medium-sized spreading plants.
Reba
Potatoes
Overall Rating:
(4.0 Stars) Overall Average 4
1 Review
Days to Maturity:
NA
  Mid-to-late season variety similar to Atlantic or Monona. Medium to tall, semi-erect plants yield round to oval to oblong, white-fleshed, smooth tubers with bright-white to buff skin. Resistant to golden nematode, common scab, verticillium wilt, early blight. Susceptible to late blight. Stores well.
Sebago
Potatoes
Overall Rating:
(4.0 Stars) Overall Average 4
1 Review
Days to Maturity:
NA
  Late season. Large erect plants with reddish-purple flowers produce buff-skinned, white-fleshed tubers. A 1938 release developed from 'Chippewa' and 'Katahdin'. Resistant to viruses, late blight, early blight, net necrosis, common scab, fusarium, dry rot and wart. Fair storage.
Red Norland
Potatoes
Overall Rating:
(4.0 Stars) Overall Average 4
1 Review
Days to Maturity:
60 - 75
  Early-season. Plants produce large, smooth, red-skinned, white-fleshed tubers.
Yukon Gold
Potatoes
Overall Rating:
(3.9 Stars) Overall Average 3.869565217391304
23 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
60 - 75
  Very early season. Medium to large, upright plants yield small to medium, slightly flattened, oval tubers with thin, golden buff-yellow skin, small, pink eyes and dry, mealy, yellow flesh. Excellent storage because of long tuber dormancy. Resistant to mild mosaic, PVLR, PVA. Susceptible to common scab, PVY, early blight, fusarium, dry rot, silver scurf, rhizoctonia.
Early Rose
Potatoes
Overall Rating:
(3.0 Stars) Overall Average 3
1 Review
Days to Maturity:
60 - 75
  Early-season American heirloom. Plants produce smooth, pinkish-red tubers with red-streaked, white flesh.
Frontier Russet
Potatoes
Overall Rating:
(0.0 Stars)
0 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
NA
  Early season. Oblong, smooth tubers with slightly russeted skin and dry, mealy, white flesh. Excellent storage. Good resistance to scab.
Ida Rose
Potatoes
Overall Rating:
(0.0 Stars)
0 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
NA
  Mid-season. Oblong tubers with bright-red skin that retains color during storage and moist, firm, white flesh. Good storage. Moderate resistance to scab, growth crack, hollow heart, verticillium and early blight. Medium-tall plants.
Onaway
Potatoes
Overall Rating:
(0.0 Stars)
0 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
NA
  Early-season. Round tubers with smooth, buff skin and moist, white flesh. Excellent storage. Resistant to blight and highly resistant to scab.
Redsen
Potatoes
Overall Rating:
(0.0 Stars)
0 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
NA
  Early-season. Medium-sized, round, smooth tubers with thin, bright-red skin and moist, white flesh. Short-term storage. Resistant to late blight race O, silver scurf and hollow heart and high resistance to scab.
Sieglinde
Potatoes
Overall Rating:
(0.0 Stars)
0 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
NA
  Early-season. Oblong, slightly flattened, smooth tubers with clear, yellow skin, shallow eyes and moist, firm, yellow flesh. Good storage. Good resistant to scab, mosaic virus and warts.
Red Pearl
Potatoes
Overall Rating:
(0.0 Stars)
0 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
NA
  Early-season bred specifically to produce many small tubers (marble-sized up to 2 inches). Small- to medium-sized vines yield up to 20 red-skinned, white-fleshed 1- to 2-ounce tubers per plant.
Russet Nugget
Potatoes
Overall Rating:
(0.0 Stars)
0 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
90 - 120
  Late-season. Large upright vines yield white-fleshed, slightly flattened tubers. Dry mealy texture for frying or baking. Moderate resistance to early blight, verticillium wilt and net necrosis. Resistant to common scab, hollow heart and second growth. Moderately susceptible to seed piece decay, blackleg and rhizoctonia.
Sunrise
Potatoes
Overall Rating:
(0.0 Stars)
0 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
NA
  Early fresh-market variety. Medium-large, spreading plants yield netted, buff-skinned, white-fleshed, round to oblong tubers. Resistant to golden nematode, net necrosis and common scab
Red Ruby
Potatoes
Overall Rating:
(0.0 Stars)
0 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
65
  Early season, red-skinned, waxy-textured potato. Keeps well.
Adora
Potatoes
Overall Rating:
(0.0 Stars)
0 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
60 - 75
  Early season. Plants produce oblong, smooth-skinned tubers with evenly distributed, medium-shallow eyes and light yellow flesh. Keeps well. Good for boiling and baking. Resistant to most diseases.
Charlotte
Potatoes
Overall Rating:
(0.0 Stars)
0 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
60 - 75
  Early-season. Plants produce medium, oblong, sometimes slightly crescent-shaped, shallow-eyed tubers with very thin, golden-yellow skin and flesh. Stores well.
Dakota Rose
Potatoes
Overall Rating:
(0.0 Stars)
0 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
60 - 75
  Early-season. Plants produce round to oblong, smooth, white-fleshed, deep-red color tubers with shallow eyes.
Red Companion
Potatoes
Overall Rating:
(0.0 Stars)
0 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
60 - 75
  Early-season. Plants produce smooth, medium-to-large, red-skinned, white-fleshed tubers with shallow eyes.
Catalina
Potatoes
Overall Rating:
(0.0 Stars)
0 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
50 - 100
  Grow from true seed instead of tubers. Plants produce flat, oval, brown-skinned, white-fleshed tubers. Some resistance to early and late blight. 50 days from transplanting for baby potatoes, 100 to full maturity.
 
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