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Agata Potatoes



Agata are medium-sized, oblong potatoes with light skin and light yellow flesh.

They are uniformly-shaped, and intended as a table potato for consumers.

These are waxy potatoes.

History Notes

Agata Potatoes were developed by Svalöf Weibull A.B. in Emmeloord, Netherlands in 1976 from a cross between Sirco potatoes and a potato referred to as BM 52-72.

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