Yellow Finn potato
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Although its yields are described as low, the cultivar was widely grown in California by small-scale producers during the 1990s.
- "Yellow Finn". Oregon State University. Retrieved 2011-08-03.
- "New specialty potato varieties give farmers growing and marketing options". University of California. Retrieved 2011-08-03.
In California, the most popular varieties grown by small-scale producers are Yellow Finn and Bintje, both very old European varieties that are no longer protected and therefore are not subject to royalties (Middaugh 1999).
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