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Origin

Bonnie

Botanical Features

Breeder

 

Parentage

 

National List Trials

 

Plant Breeders Rights

Cygnet PB

 

Estima x 83N28-47

 

Completed 2005

 

2006

Maturity

 

End Use

 

Haulm

 

Flowers

 

Tubers

Second Early

 

Table

 

Medium

 

White

 

Bold round/oval tubers with yellow skin, pink splash and cream flesh.

Virus Y                                      

 

Skin Spot                                  

 

Black Dot                                  

 

Dry Rot (F. coeruleum)            

 

Dry Rot (F. sulphureum)          

 

Silver Scurf                              

 

Bruising                                    

 

Splitting                                    

Foliage blight                  

 

Tuber blight                    

 

Blackleg                          

 

Common scab                

 

Powdery scab                

 

G.Pallida Pa 2/3,1          

 

G.Rostochiensis Ro1    

 

Leafroll                            

4

 

3

 

7

 

4

 

4

 

2

 

9

 

4

1

 

6

 

4

 

4

 

6

 

7

 

4

 

3

Resistance to damage, pests and diseases

Consumer Quality

Agronomic Features

Bold tubers with a bright skin finish and a splash of colour. Bonnie is proving very popular in North Africa and Eastern

Europe where it produces high yields of uniformly sized tubers for local consumption.

Produces excellent even sized tubers, ideally suited for the

early baker market. With Bonnie’s bright appearance, it offers

growers an improvement over existing early pre-pack

varieties. Bonnie has a low Nitrogen requirement.