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Fillmore Potatoes

Fillmore Potatoes are an all-purpose potato.

They were developed at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York from a cross between two potatoes called "Rural New Yorker 2" and "NY Azk-3 Sib of Empire."

Released 1947.

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