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St Louis Potatoes



St Louis Potatoes are a breed of potatoes developed in the 1940s in Minnesota. They are possibly extinct.

History Notes

St Louis Potatoes were developed by a G.A. Johnson in Hermantown, Minnesota.


Released 1943.

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