Adirondack Red potato tuber
|Origin||United States, 2003|
The Adirondack varieties are unusual because both the skin and the flesh are colored and have high levels of anti-oxidants. They are described as "Early- to mid-season, medium- to high-yielding variety. Dark green decumbent to spreading vines bear oblong to long, slightly flattened, purplish-red-skinned tubers with shallow eyes and pink to red flesh."
Adirondack Red was found to be susceptible to silver scurf disease as well as the golden cyst nematode. It was also found to have moderate resistance to common scab.
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