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Varieties for Home and Market Gardeners, Commercial Vegetable Production Guides, North Willamette Research and Extension Center
... , Pretty in Purple. Potatoes: (red) Red Pontiac, Norland, Red La Soda, Cranberry Red. (white) Norgold Russet, Russet Burbank, Superior. (yellow) Yellow Finn, Yukon Gold, Bintje, Desiree. (purple) All Blue. Pumpkins: (large) Jack O ...
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variety
... Russet Burbank Russet Norkotah Russet Norkotah 102 (Texas) · Russet Norkotah 112 (Texas) · Russet Norkotah 223 (Texas) · Russet Norkotah 278 (Texas) · Russet Norkotah 296 (Texas) Russet Norkotah Selectoin 3 (Colorado) Russet Norkotah Selectoin 8 (Colorado) Russet Legend Russet ...
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Storage and Processing, Potato Information Exchange, Oregon State University
... . Most other varieties tend to have a shorter dormancy and store less well than Russet Burbank. Potatoes that are particularly susceptible to fresh bruises or internal black spot are injured ... skins, chipping potatoes are more prone to shriveling, sprouting and decay than most russets, and Russet Burbank in particular. Processing from cold storage would minimize shrinkage and decay, reduce the need ...
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Oregon Production, Potato Information Exchange, Oregon State University
... Columbia and Umatilla rivers. Approximately 30 inches of water is required for a full-season Russet Burbank crop. Water is typically applied through low pressure, center pivot sprinkler systems averaging 120 ... has caused many local growers to switch to sprinklers despite higher total costs. Because of Russet Burbank's extreme susceptibility to the dark-end fry syndrome, almost half of the local ...
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