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Jemseg potato

Jemseg potato

Factsheet, Ontario Ministry of Agriculture and Food (86-007): 2

Descriptions of Jemseg have been noticed elsewhere (see Bulletin, Life Sciences and Agriculture Experiment Station, University of Maine (1979) No. 757; American Potato Journal (1979) 56 (7) 325-328).

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