Isabelia

early premium quality salad potato

  • very nice oval tubers with excellent stability of shape
  • uniform grading
  • high yield of premium packing ware
  • suitable for convenience products (peeling, etc.)
ISABELIA is a quality salad potato with excellent suitability for prepacking and also for processing to convenience products (peeling, etc.).
Growing recommendations
Site requirements
preferably grown on good soils with uniform water and nutrient supply; sites with high common scab risk should be avoided, else proper irrigation in time is urgently recommended
Planting
usually approx. 40,000 plants/ha (seed size 35/55 mm)
Planting depth
normal
Seed preparation
strong dormacy; application of temperature shock short before planting (3-4 days) necessary; sensitive to sprout breaking!
Seed dressing
preventive control of Rhizoctonia solani is generally recommended; sensitivity to particular active ingredients possible, request advice!
Herbicides
slightly sensitive to Metribuzin, dose rates post emergence application should be avoided
Foliage
routine protective control of late blight is recommended
Fertilization incl. return of previous crop at medium supply level
Nitrogen (N)
medium - compared with local standard
Phosphorus (P2O5)
100 kg/ha (at planting, water soluble phosphate)
Potassium (K2O)
200-250 kg/ha (at medium soil supply class)
Magnesium (MgO)
60 kg/ha
Variety characteristics
Maturityearly
Cooking type
A
Consumption quality
premium quality salad potato; excellent flavour; low discolouration after cooking; suitability for convenience products
Yield
very high marketable, nice premium grading, high level of tuberization
Youth development
rapid
Dormancy
high, good storability
Tuber characteristics
Tuber shape
oval
Eye depth
shallow
Flesh colour
yellow
Skin colour
yellow
Skin
smooth
Resistances
PCN
Ro1 (9), Ro4 (9)
Potato wart disease
D1
Sensitivities
Common scrab
medium - high
Spraing
low
Bruising
low
Mechanical damage
low

All particulars are based on offical variety trials and/or our own experience. However, as potatoes are natural products we cannot undertake any liability for these details. (state of 06/2016)