ASTER – Regional variety – the first crop for processing
- edible, very early variety
- BC consumption type, slightly mealy
- Starch content 14.4%
- Round-oval, medium-sized tubers with good regularity of shape and shallow eyes, light yellow flesh
- Resistant to virus Y and leaf roll virus
- very resistant to mechanical damage, it stores very well
- Useful for washing, peeling, packaging as well as for chips, crisps, dried and canned products and frozen food
IRYS – the first harvest for the taste connoisseur
- Edible, very early variety.
- Very good taste, consumption type B, general use.
- Starch content 12%.
- Oval, large, oval tubers of good regular shape, fairly shallow eyes, white flesh.
- Moderately resistant to Y virus, moderately susceptible to leaf roll virus
- quite resistant to mechanical damage, stores well.
- It is characterized by very high fertility, predisposed to cultivation for an early harvest
PIERWIOSNEK – Regional variety – the first flower of spring
- very early, edible variety.
- Culinary type B general use.
- It can be harvested 60 days after planting.
- Starch content 12-13%.
- Due to the tendency to darken, it is recommended primarily for early harvest cultivation
- Highly yielding variety, recommended for growing in stronger positions
- Cancer-resistant variety, moderately resistant to common scab.
- It should be used for consumption in the summer and early autumn. Only seed potatoes should be kept.
- Large round-oval tubers, white skin with pink spots, medium shallow pink eyes, white flesh.
RUTA – Regional variety – first before everyone else
- edible variety, very early,
- consumption type B.
- starch content 12.5%. Good taste,
- large round-oval tubers with good regular shape and shallow eyes, light yellow flesh.
- Quite resistant to Y virus, moderately resistant to leaf roll virus, very resistant to mechanical damage, it keeps very well. Predisposed to cultivation for an early harvest.