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Yankee Chipper Potatoes

Yankee Chipper Potatoes have light-buff skin.

They were developed for processing into potato chips (aka crisps in the UK.)

They are no longer grown commercially.

History Notes

Yankee Chipper Potatoes were developed by the University of Maine potato breeding programme from a cross between Chipbelle potatoes and a potato referred to as "BR6864-8."

During development, the potato was referred to as "AF205-9."

Released 1983.

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See also:

Chipping Potatoes

AC Glacier Chip Potatoes; Alta Russet Potatoes; Alturas Potatoes; Belchip Potatoes; Caruso Potatoes; Chipbelle Potatoes; Chipeta Potatoes; Chippewa Potatoes; Chipping Potatoes; Coastal Chip Potatoes; Crystal Potatoes; Dakchip Potatoes; Erntestolz Potatoes; Gemchip Potatoes; Goldrush Potatoes; Golf Potatoes; Ivory Crisp Potatoes; Jewel Potatoes; Lady Rosetta Potatoes; Liberator Potatoes; Monona Potatoes; Natalie Potatoes; Norchip Potatoes; Norking Russet Potatoes; Norwis Potatoes; Opal Potatoes; Oromonte Potatoes; Pennchip Potatoes; Ranger Amisk Potatoes; Ranger Russet Potatoes; Raritan Potatoes; Sassy Potatoes; Seminole Potatoes; Shepody Potatoes; Shurchip Potatoes; Sinora Potatoes; Sirius Potatoes; Somerset Potatoes; Suncrisp Potatoes; Targhee Potatoes; Tobique Potatoes; Umatilla Russet Potatoes; Verdi Potatoes; Wischip Potatoes; Yankee Chipper Potatoes; Zahov Potatoes


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