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Albas Potatoes

Albas are oval, large potatoes with yellow skin and white flesh.

The plant delivers high yields in a late harvest.

They are very starchy, and so are grown commercially for processing into starch.

History Notes

Albas Potatoes were developed from a cross between Astarte pototoes and a potato referred to as "AM 71-1280."

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Starch Potatoes

Albas Potatoes; Amyla Potatoes; Assia Potatoes; Canso Potatoes; Diana Potatoes; Grand Falls Potatoes; Orlando Potatoes; Potato Starch; Priamos Potatoes; Ramses Potatoes; Sibu Potatoes; Starch Potatoes; Starch Up Potatoes

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