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The 1982 potato variety catalogue of the Federal Variety Office. 1. Potatoes for crisps



The 1982 potato variety catalogue of the Federal Variety Office. 1. Potatoes for crisps



Kartoffelbau 34: 205-209



In trials of the 23 varieties considered suitable for making crisps, the most suitable were the early Fox, the midearly Erntestolz and the late Pruceres.

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