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White Cloud Potatoes



White Cloud Potatoes are very uniformly sized and shaped potatoes.

They have light buff skin.

History Notes

White Cloud Potatoes were developed at the Nebraska Agricultural Experimental Station in Lincoln, Nebraska from a cross between "Warba " and "Katahdin" potatoes.


Released 1949.

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