Jelly

medium late quality ware potato

  • very high marketable yield
  • nice, medium to big sized
  • perfect adaptability to all climate conditions
  • very good table quality with yellow flesh colour
JELLY - medium late quality ware potato with suitability for processing to French fries.
Growing recommendations
Site requirements
medium demands to the soil quality and water supply; tolerance to drought is high and secondary growth will appear only under extreme environmental conditions; uniform water and nutrient supply is advantageous
Planting
approx. 42,000 plants/ha (seed size 35/55 mm)
Planting depth
normal compared with local standard
Seed preparation
normal compared with local standard
Seed dressing
preventive control of Rhizoctonia solani is generally recommended
Herbicides
slightly sensitive to Metribuzin; dose rates post emergence application should be avoided
Foliage
good and very strong foliage - protective control of late blight within the usual spraying program is recommended
Fertilization incl. return of previous crop at medium supply level
Nitrogen (N)
low-medium - compared with local standard
Phosphorus (P2O5)
100 kg/ha (at planting, water soluble phosphate)
Potassium (K2O)
250-300 kg/ha
Magnesium (MgO)
60 kg/ha
Variety characteristics
Maturitymedium late
Cooking type
B
Consumption quality
quality ware potato; very low discolouration after boiling; suitability for processing to French fries
Yield
very high marketable yield; medium sized to large sized tubers; uniform grading
Youth development
rapid; bulking up at the end of the growing period
Dormancy
high; excellent suitable for long term storage
Tuber characteristics
Tuber shape
oval
Eye depth
very shallow
Flesh colour
yellow
Skin colour
yellow
Skin
smooth - netted
Resistances
PCN
Ro1, Ro2/3, Ro 4, Ro5
Potato wart disease
D1
Sensitivities
Potato Virus Y (PVY)
very low - low
Black Leg
low
Rhizoctonia
low
Foliage blight
low
Tuber blight
low
Common scrab
low
Spraing
low
Bruising
very 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)