These are floury potatoes.
They are not good for commercial processing.
Popular in Meghalaya State, India.
The potatoes don’t store well.
Great Scot Potatoes were developed in 1909 from a cross between Imperator and Champion potatoes.
Some sources say the potato was developed by a G. Muir (or Mair) of Lockerbie, Scotland; others attribute the potato to an E. Miles of Mickleholm, England.