Red Gold potato
Red Gold potato is an early variety of North American potato. It has a red skin with yellow flesh inside. It is resistant to potato leafroll virus and potato virus Y and moderately resistant to common scab, but susceptible to potato virus a and potato virus s.
Red Gold was bred in Canda in the 1970s and registered in 1987.
- Red Gold, Canadian Food Inspection Agency, February 7, 2005.
- Coffin, R.; Johnston, G. R.; McKeown, A. et al. (February 1988), Red Gold: A yellow-fleshed, red-skinned potato cultivar with short dormancy and high tuber set, American Potato Journal (Springer) 65 (2): 49–55.