|Fresh Potatoes » Yellow|
|Plants - semi-erect, medium height; stems medium thick, without pigmentation; prominent double waved wings.|
|Leaves - dark green, half open, weak to medium pubescence on lower surface.|
Terminal leaflets: ovate, large; acuminate tip; symmetrical and cordate base; medium to strong wavy margins.
Primary leaflets: five pairs; ovate, large; acuminate tip, cordate base with medium asymmetry.
|Flowers - few to medium profusion; buds weakly persistent, not pigmented; medium to large white corolla with a slightly prominent star; yellow-orange anthers.|
|Tubers - round; white, smooth skin; shallow pink eyes with non-prominent pink eyebrows; yellow flesh.|
|Sprouts - broad cylindrical shape with weak red-violet pigmentation; sprout base has medium pubescence; sprout tip is closed with no pubescence.|
|Medium to high yielding variety with good tubers uniformity and excellent virus resistance. High resistance to bruising; sensible to drought. Medium high dry matter content. Medium long dormancy. Heat treatment 3 to 4 weeks prior to planting is recommended due to eyes low set. Fairly slow to germinate.|
|Utilization - rather firm flesh with no or very few discolouration after cooking. Good for cooking, very good for frying.|
|Chief Markets - fresh market and transformation.|
|Moderately Resistant - common scab, tuber late blight, pathotype A of the golden nematode.|
|Susceptible - blackleg, potato wart.|
|Immune - PVA, PVM, PVS, PVX.|