Ulster Emblem potato
|Potato 'Ulster Emblem'|
|Breeder||Mr J. Clarke|
The Ulster Emblem variety of potatoes originated in Northern Ireland. It was originally bred by Mr J. Clarke of Ballymoney, Co. Antrim. It has a long oval shape with white skin and flesh which has a semiwaxy texture, reasonable flavour with good cooking quality, and a fairly good yield. This variety has a red violet coloured flower and a pink sprout colour. It also has a high resistance to late blight on the tubers as well as well as the plant foliage.
- Irish Seed Savers Spring 2010 Seed List
- "The European Cultivated Potato Database". www.europotato.org. Retrieved 2016-12-01.
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