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Snowdrift Potatoes



Snowdrift Potatoes have smooth skin.

Early harvest.

History Notes

Snowdrift Potatoes were developed at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York from a cross between Earlaine potatoes and a potato referred to as "ATY-4."


Released 1947.

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"The Americans are the grossest feeders of any civilized nation known. As a nation, their food is heavy, coarse, and indigestible, while it is taken in the least artificial forms that cookery will allow. The predominance of grease in the American kitchen, coupled with the habits of hearty eating, and the constant expectoration, are the causes of the diseases of the stomach which are so common in America."

-- James Fenimore Cooper (American writer. 15 September 1789 – 14 September 1851)