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Banana: a yellow-fleshed fingerling type potato for home garden production

, : Banana: a yellow-fleshed fingerling type potato for home garden production. American Potato Journal 70(1): 1-5

Banana is a yellow-fleshed fingerling type potato characterized by a high set of small tubers and has been grown in British Columbia for over 80 years. Tubers are banana-shaped, the usual size being 2-12 cm in length and 1-3 cm in diameter.

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Accession: 002308157

DOI: 10.1007/bf02848642

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