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Klamath Russet Potatoes



These are waxy potatoes, despite their Russet name.

Late harvest.

History Notes

Klamath Russet Potatoes were developed by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) at its Agricultural Experiment Stations Idaho, Oregon, and Washington around 1990, with efforts led by a Joseph J. Pavek.


Released 2000.

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