Agria are large, oblong potatoes with light yellow skin and deep yellow flesh. These are floury potatoes, marketed for table use by consumers, and for French Fry processing. History Notes Agria Potatoes were developed by Kartoffelzucht Bohm in Luneburg, Germany before 1997, from cross between Quarta and Semlo potatoes. Sources Vergroesen, Jacques. Agrico / Bioselect…
Allians are oblong potatoes with smooth, bright, buff-yellow skin, shallow eyes and darker yellow flesh. They are promoted for direct to consumer sales. They are waxy potatoes. History Notes Allians Potatoes were developed by Böhm Nordkartoffel in Germany. Released 2003.
Atica are oblong potatoes with yellow, smooth skin and light yellow flesh. The plant grows well in a variety of climates. It is even being grown in warmer countries in the EU such as Greece, being planted there in their earlier spring, then ready for early export and sale back to Germany. These are waxy,…
Carola Potatoes are oblong, with smooth yellow skin and yellow flesh. These are waxy potatoes. They have a creamy texture when cooked, and are very good for scalloped potatoes. Storage Hints Carola Potatoes store well and keep their flavour and texture well after storage. History Notes Developed by the Saatzucht Soltau-Bergen potato breeding company in…
Kipfler Potatoes are long and narrow, with yellow flesh and skin. These are waxy potatoes that hold their shape well when cooked. Cooking Tips Good in salads and as a boiled potato. History Notes Kipfler Potatoes were developed in Germany.
Nicola Potatoes are oval and long, with smooth, pale yellow-buff skin and deep yellow flesh. These are waxy potatoes that hold their shape very well when cooked. They have very good flavour. Cooking Tips One of the best potatoes currently (early 2000s) around for salads. If you want to bake it, try it in a…
Parnassia are medium-sized potatoes with light yellow skin and white flesh. These are floury potatoes. Storage Hints Doesn’t store well. History Notes Parnassia Potatoes were bred in Germany in 1913 by a R. von Kameke from a cross between Deutsches Reich and Jubel potatoes. Introduced into Canada in the late 1930s.
Richters Jubel Potatoes
Richters Jubel are medium-sized potatoes with light yellow, rough skin, and white flesh. These are floury potatoes with good taste. History Notes Richters Jubel Potatoes were bred by a W. Richter in Germany in 1908 from a cross between Victoria Augusta Potatoes and a potato referred to as “78/92.” Introduced into Canada in the late…
Sieglinde Potatoes are oblong, slightly flattened potatoes with thin, smooth yellow skin, and yellow flesh. These are waxy potatoes. Cooking Tips Good for boiling and particularly good in salads. History Notes Sieglinde Potatoes are a heritage variety that originated in Germany.
Ulla Potatoes are oblong, with smooth skin with some netting, and yellow flesh. These are waxy potatoes, for direct to consumer sales. Storage Hints Stores well. History Notes Ulla Potatoes were developed in 1959 in Saatbauverband, Marktredwitz, Germany at the Nordostbayerischer research station from a cross between Saskia potatoes and a potato referred to as…
Valetta are medium-sized, oblong potatoes with pale yellow skin and yellow flesh. These are waxy potatoes, marketed as all-purpose for direct to consumer sales. The plant delivers high yields in an early harvest. History Notes Valetta Potatoes were developed in Germany from a cross between Nicola potatoes and a potato referred to as “1025 60.”…
Velox Potatoes are oblong, medium to large-sized potatoes with smooth yellow skin and pale yellow flesh. They are marketed as all-purpose for direct to consumer sales and for processing into French Fries (aka chips in the UK.) History Notes Velox Potatoes were developed in Germany.