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Red Warba Potatoes

Red Warba are round to oval, uniformly-sized but lumpy potatoes with red skin and white flesh.

Very good flavour.

Very early harvest.

Storage Hints

Stores well.

History Notes

Red Warba Potatoes were developed in 1939 at the Minnesota Agricultural Experimental Station in Saint Paul, Minnesota from a sport from Warba potatoes.

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