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Merrimack Potatoes



Merrimack Potatoes are aimed at consumer table use.

History Notes

Merrimack Potatoes were developed by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) in Beltsville, Maryland and at its Agricultural Experimental Station in Durham, New Hampshire from a cross between Saranac potatoes and a potato referred to as "X96-56."


During development, the potato was referred to as "B355-44."

Released 1954.

Language Notes

Named after Merrimack, New Hampshire.

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