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Origin

Kennebec

Botanical Features

Breeder

 

Parentage

 

National List Trials

 

Plant Breeders Rights

United States Department of Agriculture

B127 x USDA X96 56

 

 

 

Maturity

 

End Use

 

Haulm

 

Flowers

 

Tubers

Early Maincrop

 

Table

 

 

 

White

 

Oval tuber, cream skin, cream flesh.

Virus Y                                    

 

Skin Spot                                

 

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                            

3

 

4

 

3

 

5

 

5

 

2

 

2

 

5

5

 

5

 

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-

 

-

 

5

 

7

Resistance to damage, pests and diseases

Consumer Quality

Agronomic Features

Predominately grown for fresh market consumption but also used in the Far East for crisping.

Moderate to high yield of large oval tubers suited to hotter

climates. Kennebec maintains its quality throughout storage.