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Agria Potatoes



Agria are large, oblong potatoes with light yellow skin and deep yellow flesh.

These are floury potatoes, marketed for table use by consumers, and for French Fry processing.

History Notes

Agria Potatoes were developed by Kartoffelzucht Bohm in Luneburg, Germany before 1997, from cross between Quarta and Semlo potatoes.

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