Rosara potatoes: description and nuances of growing

 Rosara potatoes: description and nuances of growing

Potatoes have long and firmly entered the diet of Russians, earning the respectful nickname "second bread". With very rare exceptions, almost all gardeners grow this crop on their backyards. Since breeding is constantly evolving, it is very difficult to choose the ideal variety. Most often, they are guided by yield, taste, the ability to bear fruit in certain climatic and natural conditions, and undemanding care. By all the above criteria, the Rosara variety deserves attention, which is often preferred by both those who grow potatoes for themselves and those who cultivate it on an industrial scale.

Rosara potatoes: description of the variety, characteristics with photos

Rosara is a German-bred potato variety. The originator is a firm with a hard-to-pronounce name Saka Pflanzenzucht GBR. It was bred in the 90s of the XX century, and since then, despite constant competition from more and more new varieties, it has enjoyed steady popularity, and not only in Russia, but throughout the world. Domestic gardeners got to know him after Rosara was included in the State Register in 1996.

Rosara - a variety of German selection, popular all over the world

The creators managed to protect the variety from many common and dangerous fungal and viral diseases for potatoes. Also, Rosara, in principle, is not affected by such a dangerous pest as a nematode, having an "innate" immunity.

Rosara's flowers are purple, with a bright yellow corolla

Rozara bushes are not tall (50–55 cm), but spreading. The flowers are pinkish lilac. The harvest ripens in 65–75 days (from the moment the first shoots appear). The variety belongs to the category of early ripening. When planting in the ground at the end of May, the potatoes can be dug up in the second decade of August. At this time, it is much more likely that the weather will not be cloudy, cool and rainy.

Rosara bushes are not tall, although you cannot call them compact

On average, one bush produces 17–20 potatoes of almost the same size. But there are also record-breaking plants that bring 25 tubers or more.

The skin of potatoes is reddish-pink, sometimes almost crimson, very thin, with small and few superficial eyes. It is to this bright shade that Rosara owes its name. It is slightly rough to the touch. The pulp is yellowish, a shade of butter. Potatoes have a characteristic teardrop shape, which makes Rosaru easy to distinguish from other varieties.

Almost all of Rosara's tubers are about the same size and shape.

The tubers themselves seem to be calibrated, small and deformed are quite rare. The average weight of one potato is 110-130 g, individual specimens can weigh about 150 g.

Video: description of Rosara potatoes

The merits and demerits of culture

Among the undoubted advantages of the variety, to which Rosara owes her popularity among gardeners, the following can be noted:

  • The presence of genetically determined immunity against such dangerous diseases as late blight of tubers, potato cancer, scab, as well as against nematodes.
  • The ability to adapt to a wide range of climatic and natural conditions that cannot always be described by the word "ideal". Rosaru in Russia is cultivated not only in warm southern regions, but almost everywhere, with the exception of areas with arctic and subarctic climates. The variety is not very sensitive to drought, waterlogging, heat, lack of sunlight and heat.
  • Early maturity. This is especially true for gardeners in the Urals and Siberia, where summer does not always come in accordance with the calendar and often lasts a little less than we would like.Tubers in varieties with a longer ripening period often simply do not have time to form.
  • Consistently high yield combined with unpretentious care. Even those gardeners who have a habit of forgetting about tubers after planting tubers may well rely on about 300 kg of potatoes from 100 m². With minimal maintenance and the presence of fertile soil, the yield increases to 350-400 kg per hundred square meters. If you devote enough time and energy to potatoes, you can raise it up to 500 kg from 100 m².
  • Preservation of the quality of tubers for 5–6 years using our own planting material. Rosar does not need to be renewed every 2-3 years - and this is a significant savings.
  • Presentable appearance of tubers. More than 90% of potatoes have a presentation. Together with good keeping quality and the ability to carry transportation over long distances, this makes the variety interesting not only for amateur gardeners, but also for farms.
  • Versatility of appointment. Rosara's pulp contains only 12-16% starch. Thanks to this, tubers and individual pieces do not lose their shape during heat treatment, the pulp does not crumble and does not turn into an unappetizing watery porridge. Also Rosara is suitable for drying. Most often it is used for soups, stewing, baking, and added to salads.
  • Taste qualities. Professional tasters give Rosara a 4+ out of five.

One of the main advantages of Rosara is its high yield.

Not without some flaws, which, however, do not spoil the overall picture:

  • Spreading of bushes. Shoots will nip very early, which creates certain difficulties in caring for plantings, especially when hilling.
  • Relatively low resistance to late blight of tops.
  • The variety is not very good for frying.

Rosara can become infected with late blight of potato tops; special attention should be paid to the prevention of this disease.

Growing tubers from seeds

Despite the fact that the quality of the Rosara potato variety, including taste and yield, is preserved when using a vegetative propagation method for five to six years, over time the soil depletes, spores of pathogenic fungi accumulate in it. It is impossible to maintain the quality of tubers and yield at the same level, even with proper care. Of course, you can buy new ones in a specialized store, but there mini-tubers of the "super elite" and "elite" categories are quite expensive. This is especially felt if you have to immediately change all the planting material.

There is also an alternative - getting tubers from seeds on your own. The process stretches over two years, so you need to take care of updating the planting material in advance.

Home-grown mini-tubers vary greatly in color, shape and size - this is a characteristic feature of potatoes.

Other advantages of the method, in addition to its low cost, include:

  • Confidence in the quality of potatoes. A gardener who buys it in a store or on the market, in very rare cases, can identify the specific variety he needs, as well as distinguish between the real elite and the super elite and ordinary small potatoes.
  • Preservation of seed germination for 6-10 years. Still, it is not recommended to delay landing for so long. The best germination is demonstrated by those that are not older than 2-3 years.
  • Seeds and self-grown mini-tubers do not require special storage conditions and take up much less space than “traditional” planting material.
  • Higher productivity. Statistics show that the indicators are increasing by 10-25%. This is strongly influenced by the climate in a particular region.
  • Absence of common diseases dangerous to the plant. Seeds and tubers do not "inherit" the diseases that affected the potato bush itself.

There are also certain disadvantages:

  • Low percentage of seed germination. They will have to be prepared with a margin.
  • Capriciousness and fragility of seedlings. Potato seedlings are "capricious" and finicky than their "relatives" from the Solanov family.With a lack of light, they stretch sharply. It is also very easy to damage them when diving due to the fragility of the root system.
  • The need to fight disease. In particular, seedlings often suffer from blacklegs.
  • A lot of time passes between the emergence of seedlings and transplantation into the garden. For almost two months, the seedlings have time to stretch up to 15-17 cm in height. Since they do not have a strong stem, like, for example, tomatoes, the seedlings are often confused, the shoots are deformed, and numb. It is quite difficult to unravel them. This creates particular difficulties in transportation.
  • Duration of the process. It will not be possible to grow a crop from seeds in the first year. First you need to remove the mini tubers.

Seed potatoes are an opportunity to cultivate a truly unique variety, perfect for the area. The tubers harvested in the first year will vary greatly in size, color, shape. The gardener's task is to select the best of them, focusing on independently defined criteria.

Growing potatoes from seeds in the open field is possible only in regions with a warm subtropical climate. Those who live throughout the rest of Russia first need to get seedlings. Potatoes for seedlings are planted in the first decade or closer to mid-March.

The procedure is as follows:

  1. Collect the fruits of the potatoes (they resemble small green tomatoes). Let them mature by hanging them in a gauze or linen bag where they will be exposed to direct sunlight. When they are wrinkled and softened, separate the seeds from the pulp and let them dry. After that, fill them with a solution of crimson potassium permanganate for about a quarter of an hour, dry them again and put them away where they will be stored until spring, pouring them into hermetically sealed glass containers, paper or plastic bags with a reusable fastener.
  2. Start seed treatment a week or a half before planting. At night they are put in the refrigerator, during the day they are placed in a warm place. Suitable, for example, a window sill illuminated by the sun, a heating battery.
  3. Wrap the potato seeds in a wet thin cloth or cheesecloth and wait for the sprouts to appear.
  4. Prepare a suitable substrate - light but nutritious. You can use a ready-made store-bought substrate for seedlings with the addition of Nitrofoska (2-3 g / l) or a mixture of turf, ordinary garden soil, coarse river sand and peat chips (2: 3: 1: 0.5).
  5. Soak the seeds in a solution of any biostimulant (Epin, Kornevin, Heteroauxin) 30-40 minutes before planting.
  6. Fill small flat containers with sterilized soil and flatten it. Moisturize in moderation.
  7. Plant several seeds at intervals of 4–7 cm. The spacing between rows is 8–10 cm. Fill them with a thin (1.5–2 mm) layer of fine sand on top, compact it very carefully. Cover the container with glass or transparent film.
  8. Provide seeds with a temperature of at least 25 ° C, bright light. Underfloor heating is also desirable. Open the greenhouse daily for 5-7 minutes to ventilate.
  9. The first shoots will appear in a week and a half, massive ones - in another 3–6 days. When two true leaves grow, carefully plant the seedlings in individual pots 5–7 cm in diameter, preferably peat pots. Be careful, it is very easy to damage them.
  10. When the plants take root and a new leaf begins to form (on average, 7–8 days after transplanting), feed the seedlings by spraying them with a fertilizer solution containing nitrogen (2–3 g / l).
  11. One and a half two weeks before the planned transplant in the garden, begin to harden the plants, during the day moving them to the loggia, veranda, or garden. Extend your outdoor period gradually.

Photo gallery: growing potato seedlings

Seedlings that have reached a height of 16–22 cm and have 5–6 true leaves are planted in the ground no earlier than the soil at a depth of 8–10 cm warms up to 10–12 ° C. A reliable landmark is dandelions, lilacs, bird cherry trees that have begun to bloom. Usually this is the 20th of May.

"Black leg" is a dangerous disease that can destroy future crops already at the seedling stage

When planting, 20-25 cm are left between the plants, about 30 cm between the rows of plantings. Add a handful of humus, a little onion husk and sifted wood ash to the holes. The seedlings are carefully laid on one side together with the pot (if it is peat) and sprinkled with earth so that only real leaves are visible. The depth of the hole ranges from 4–5 cm to 8–10 cm. The "heavier" the soil, the smaller it becomes. Then, it is advisable to install low arcs above the beds and pull any breathable covering material over them.

Caring for plants during the summer is not much different from growing regular potatoes. It is weeded, spud, watered and fed in the same way.

The tubers are dug out at the end of August or at the very beginning of autumn. Most tubers weigh 15–40 g. But potatoes the size of a nail or even a pea should be discarded immediately. The collected tubers are thoroughly washed, dried and stored in a dry, dark, cool place. In the spring they are planted like regular potatoes.

Video: how to grow potato seedlings from seeds

Important nuances of growing

Many gardeners do not pay enough attention to potatoes. It is believed that you can forget about the planted tubers until the time comes to harvest. But this is by no means the case. Like other horticultural crops, potatoes need to be cared for. To regularly receive bountiful harvests, he will have to devote a lot of time and effort.

Seat selection

The place for potatoes on the site is most often allotted according to the residual principle. But he (and the Rosar variety is no exception) loves warmth and sunshine. It is advisable to choose an open place for it, at some distance from which there is a natural or artificial barrier that protects it from gusts of cold wind. The lowlands, in which melt water and moist cold air stagnate for a long time, are categorically not suitable for Rozara.

The highest possible yields can only be obtained in the right soil. The soil should be nutritious, but at the same time light and loose, well permeable to air and water. Fertile loam, gray soil or sandy loam substrate is well suited for Rosara. Be sure to find out the acid-base balance in advance. Potatoes absolutely do not tolerate acidified soils.

In the same place, Rosar is grown for no more than 3-4 years. If the place on which the potatoes will be planted next year is known in advance, you can prepare the bed by planting green manure plants that improve the quality of the soil. Rosara grows well after flax, lupine, vetch, clover, any legumes. Of vegetable crops, good predecessors are cucumbers, pumpkins, corn, all types of cabbage. It is not recommended to plant potatoes where other Solanaceae and sunflowers grew. Plants from the same family suffer from similar diseases.

Green manure plants, for example, clover, loosen the soil, saturate it with oxygen, useful micro- and macroelements

To harvest before everyone else, you need to plant the tubers in mid-spring. But in most of the territory of Russia, the soil does not have time to warm up enough by this time. You can "help" him by spilling the bed with boiling water and tightening it with black plastic wrap for several days.

Preparing tubers for planting

Germination of tubers allows you to shorten the already short growing season of Rosary by another 7–12 days. After the growth buds come to life, it is advisable to cover the tubers with wet sawdust, creating a layer 3-4 cm thick. As they dry, they are sprayed, but not with plain water, but with a solution of any biostimulant. The most suitable drugs for Rosara are Mikon, Epin, Heteroauxin.

Sprouting tubers allows you to harvest a week and a half earlier than planned

12-15 days before planting in the ground, the tubers are taken out in the sun so that the skin acquires a greenish tint.It becomes more durable, resistant to possible attacks of pests. The yield after such a procedure increases by 10-15%.

Greening tubers increases their resistance to disease and pest attacks

Care advice

Rosara potatoes are not least appreciated for their overall unpretentiousness. Accordingly, caring for him will not take much time.

An important component of agricultural technology is the application of fertilizers. Rosara needs more phosphorus and potassium than nitrogen. Also, any potato does not like chlorine very much. Therefore, potassium chloride, for example, is excluded. On the contrary, plants respond very positively to the introduction of natural organic matter - humus, rotted compost, wood ash. But you shouldn't get carried away with fertilizers either. If the bed was prepared correctly, three additional fertilizing per season is enough - during the first hilling, after flowering and after another 20-25 days.

Rosara responds well to feeding with any natural fertilizers

The bed must be kept presentable by weeding it regularly. Mulching the furrows with freshly cut grass and straw will help save time on weeding. Correct loosening is equally important. Ideally, this should be done every time it rains. A mandatory procedure for any potato is hilling. The first time it is carried out when the tops, which have grown to 15–18 cm, begin to close into a solid green carpet, the second - 12–15 days after that. In the heat, the dates are slightly shifted - this weather prevents the growth of bushes, they form more slowly.

Rosar's potatoes are prized by gardeners and farmers for their ease of maintenance, but they also need hilling

If the summer is dry, the potatoes are watered. It especially needs moisture during flowering. The best way is sprinkling or drip irrigation. But it's important not to overdo it. In a bed turned into a swamp, the tubers are likely to rot. For each plant, 3-5 liters of water are consumed.

A good watering method for potatoes is sprinkling that imitates natural precipitation; the soil should be soaked 20-25 cm deep

The main pest that threatens Rosar, which has a genetically built immunity against the nematode, is the well-known Colorado potato beetle. You can fight it both with the help of insecticides and folk methods. One has only to remember that the use of chemicals is excluded 25 days before the expected harvest and is limited during budding and flowering.

It is recommended to mow the tops 1.5–2 weeks before the expiration of the growing season. This will help the Rosara's tubers to form completely. There is also another method to increase yields. Shoots that have reached a height of 20–25 cm are broken at a distance of 10–12 cm from the ground so that they do not dry out, but do not straighten up. Thus, the nutrients, having reached the break point, "unfold" and are sent to the tubers.

Harvesting and storage

It is no less important than getting a bountiful harvest to preserve it. In general, early potato varieties do not differ in keeping quality. Rosara, however, is a rare and pleasant exception. During storage, no more than 7–9% of tubers deteriorate. Under ideal conditions (dry cellar, in which a constant temperature of 2–4 ° C is maintained), no more than 1–2% of potatoes lose their presentation. Rosara's yields are always excellent, no matter how warm and sunny the summer is.

Rosara's tubers are about the same size, there are very few small ones

Video: tips for growing potatoes

Gardeners reviews

The Rosara potato variety is highly valued by professional farmers and amateur gardeners not only in Russia, but all over the world. It owes its sustained popularity to its consistently high yield, the ability to adapt to not always favorable weather conditions, and the versatility of its purpose. The tubers are suitable for long-term storage, they tolerate transportation well.Updating the planting material on your own at home can significantly save money.

Rosar's potatoes

If we take into account the description of the variety, photos and reviews of Rosar's potatoes, then we can say that the root crop has excellent taste, a high level of yield, while it is quite resistant to most diseases and pests. Rosar potatoes can be grown in regions with any climatic conditions. Judging by the reviews of gardeners, Rosar's potatoes have a lot of advantages.

  1. Characteristics of Rosar potatoes
  2. Taste qualities
  3. Pros and cons of the Rosara potato variety
  4. Planting and caring for Rosar seed potatoes
  5. Selection and preparation of the landing site
  6. Preparation of planting material
  7. Landing rules
  8. Watering and feeding
  9. Loosening and weeding
  10. Hilling
  11. Diseases and pests
  12. Rosar potato yield
  13. Storage
  14. Reviews of Rosara potatoes
  15. Conclusion

Rosar's potatoes - description

Rosara was developed by Saka Pflanzenzucht back in the 90s. Then he made quite a powerful competition to other varieties of potatoes, and does not give up its positions to this day. It was registered in Russia in 1996.

Breeders were able to protect Rosara from the most common "potato" diseases and pests. For example, this potato will not get sick with a nematode, as it has “built-in immunity”.

Characteristics of the variety

The bushes of the variety are low and rather "lush" - about 50 cm. Color - pink with a shade of lilac. The first crop can be harvested 70 days after the first shoots appear.

Rosara refers to early ripening potatoes. So, after planting it in May, the first fruits can be harvested in August. One bush gives an average yield of 18 potatoes. But, there are plants that produce 25 or more tubers.

The peel of Rosara is almost crimson, thin, small eyes are visible on the surface. The plant got its name precisely because of such an unusual color. Pink potatoes are common.

The pulp of the fruit has the color of butter, the shape resembles a drop. This is the main difference between the variety and others. The tubers are even, have an average weight of 100-140 g, but there are also larger ones - up to 150 g.

Taste qualities of the variety

The variety is quite tasty, and on a 5-point scale it can be “set” to a solid 4. It is best to cook or fry rosara, since it practically does not boil over, and with such processing it does not lose its taste.

Growing features

There are no big differences from other varieties in the cultivation of Rosary. It is undesirable to plant it in areas where vegetables from the Solanovy family were placed last year. It is not recommended to place potatoes over potatoes, so as not to create favorable conditions for the development of diseases.

Preparatory pre-planting activities

The preparation of seed material begins 30 days before the expected day of planting. The following works are carried out:

  1. potatoes are removed from storage sites
  2. bulkhead tubers
  3. potatoes with spots and injuries are discarded
  4. it is advisable to immerse seed tubers for a short time in a solution of potassium permanganate for disinfection
  5. potatoes are laid out in a single layer in a bright, warm room for drying, germination
  6. the appearance of shoots 1 cm in size is a signal for planting.

Soil requirements

The potato planting site is prepared in the fall. Rotted manure is scattered on it, at the rate of 8 kg per 1 m², dug up with a shovel.

A few days before planting potatoes in the spring, the site is dug up again. For spring digging, ash can be added to deoxidize the soil.

Timing, scheme and depth of planting

Since Rosara does not tolerate spring frosts, planting dates must be clearly verified. The soil should warm up by at least +12 degrees.

Planting is carried out according to the scheme 60 by 30 cm.The optimal planting depth of seed tubers is 10 cm.

Attention! In Siberia and other cold regions with a shortened summer, planting begins when the soil warms up to +5 degrees.After planting, the ridges are covered with a layer of straw or sawdust.

How to properly care for the variety

The cultivation technology of Rosary does not differ from traditional early-ripening varieties, it consists of the following activities:

  1. Irrigation. Rosara is highly drought tolerant. Even if the summer turned out to be dry, in order to grow a decent harvest, 3-4 waterings are enough. Rosara's moisture consumption peaks during the flowering phase.

Important! One and a half weeks before cleaning, activities to moisten the site must be stopped. Otherwise, the potatoes are poorly stored.

  1. Fertilizer system. If in the fall, for digging, fertilizer was applied in the recommended amount, the need for vegetative fertilizing disappears. However, it happens that the tops look depleted, the leaves become smaller. Then it is recommended to make a herbal infusion, add ash to it at the rate of 1 glass per bucket of infusion, and water the plantation.
  1. Hilling and weeding. After waiting for the potato shoots to reach a height of 18 cm, proceed to the first hilling. Then hilling is repeated several more times with an interval of 10 days.
  1. Harvesting and storage of crops... Rosara's tubers are well preserved. Cleaning should be started when such conditions occur:
    • the potato skin is firm and does not peel off
    • potato tops turned yellow, dried out
    • in an iodine solution, the cut potatoes immediately turn purple.

Potato varieties with a short ripening period have always been of interest to gardeners, especially those who live in regions where the summer is short. For such areas, the Rosara variety was bred. Growing such potatoes will not be difficult, even an inexperienced summer resident can handle this.

Video "The best varieties of potatoes"

Initially, the Rosara variety was intended for cultivation in the Middle Volga and Central Black Earth regions, although, as practice shows, the culture adapts well to different climatic conditions. Rosara is classified as an unpretentious variety, but for high yields, attention must be paid to all aspects.

The first step is to properly prepare the soil. Best of all, the plant perceives light sandy loam and loamy soils. Ideally, the soil should have a uniform structure without coarse lumps in order to retain the required amount of water and prevent waterlogging. Potatoes grow better on soils after legumes, pumpkin seeds, corn, cucumbers and cabbage. It is not recommended to plant Rosara in areas after sunflower, sorghum and nightshade crops (tomatoes, eggplants, bell peppers).

Potatoes are a light-loving plant, so choose a well-lit area. Before planting seed tubers of the Rosara variety, the soil must be fertilized. In autumn, it is recommended to apply manure or compost, phosphorus and potassium. Nitrogen fertilization should be applied in early spring. It is important to prevent overcooling of the seeds, therefore, the soil is pre-insulated, especially in cold regions. At the beginning of spring, you need to remove a layer of snow from the area for potatoes. After a while, you can start watering with warm water and cover the soil with a black film.

For growing, you need Rosara tubers weighing from 30 grams. Pay attention to their condition. In no case take rotten and spoiled fruits. Germination begins in early March. To do this, the tubers are taken out of the basement into a bright room with a temperature of 15-18 ° C. 2 weeks before planting, the germinated seeds are returned to the cellar with a temperature of 4-6 ° C for hardening. For planting, select tubers with thick sprouts. The filamentous sprouts can be damaged. Large potatoes are allowed to be halved.

As for the description of the planting process itself, then first you need to plow the ground to a depth of at least 20 centimeters. The holes are made about 10 centimeters deep. The distance between the pits in a row is 40 centimeters. The row spacing should not be less than 65 centimeters. For best results, a small amount of wood ash mixed with eggshells is poured onto the bottom of the hole.Upon completion of planting, the site is watered abundantly.

Further care begins even before the germination of the first sunrises. You need to loosen the soil and remove weeds in time. The variety needs moderate watering, otherwise you risk getting rotten tubers. Hilling is carried out at least 2 times during the entire growth cycle. In dry weather, the Roser variety requires up to 5 liters of water for 1 adult bush. According to the description of experienced gardeners, hilling does not need to be carried out in hot periods if the stems do not grow anyway.

The most famous early varieties

Tall. The flowers are white. Store well. The tuber is white, weighing up to 140 g.


Dutch variety. The crop can be harvested 2 times - 35 - 60 t / ha. The tubers are yellow on the outside. When cooked, the pulp does not darken. Crumbly.

Tasty. Disease resistant.


Ukrainian variety. Can be collected 2 times per season. Yellow both inside and outside. It does not darken after cooking. Disease resistant.


Drought tolerant. In regions with a warm climate, you can harvest 2 crops. It has good gastronomic qualities. Productivity - 15 - 35 t / ha. Tall. The flowers are white.

The potatoes are yellow inside and out. One plant produces up to 13 tubers. Not resistant to phyotofluorosis.


Fertile soil is required for planting this variety. The inside of the tuber is white. Under one bush, you can collect up to 16 pieces, weighing up to an average of 100 g.


In warm regions of the country, you can harvest 2 crops per season. Productivity - 23 - 45 t / ha. The taste is pleasant. The peel is white. The pulp is yellow. It can be stored for a long time under favorable conditions.

Resistant to many diseases.


Productivity - 25 - 40 t / ha. Tall. Flowers, purple tubers. The pulp is creamy. It has a pleasant taste. Resistant to many diseases.

Red Scarlett

Dutch variety. Stunted. The flowers are purple. The tubers are large, red on the outside, yellow on the inside. High-yielding - up to 50 t / ha. Does not succumb to late blight.


Received by Russian breeders. It has good gastronomic qualities. Cream-colored potatoes, weighing up to 140 g.

On the cut - white. The flowers are purple with a blue tint. Does not turn black during cooking.


German variety. The flowers are white. Yellow potatoes. One plant grows up to 12 pcs. Productivity - 40 t / ha. Resistant to disease.


Dutch variety. Suitable for industrial cultivation. Bushes of medium height. The tuber is yellow outside and inside. High-yielding - 23–42 t / ha.

Crumbly. It does not succumb to many nightshade diseases.


A bountiful harvest of this variety can be obtained in regions with a warm climate - 50 t / ha. The skin color is white. The pulp is light straw.

Possesses good disease resistance.


Well suited for cultivation in summer cottages. High-yielding - 50 t / ha. Not picky. After heat treatment, it does not turn black. The peel is red. The tubers are yellow inside.

Up to 16 can be harvested from one plant. The taste is pleasant. Resists many diseases.


High-yielding - 40 t / ha. In the southern regions, the crop can be harvested 2 times. Tall. The peel is red. The pulp is yellow. The taste is pleasant. The flowers are purple with a blue tint.

Can be stored under appropriate conditions. Resistant to bacterial rot, cancer, nematode.

Early varieties are planted for cooking immediately after they have been dug up. They are not suitable for long-term storage.

Currant: description of 22 selected varieties with PHOTOS + reviews of gardeners

Rich potato variety description photo reviews

I think, since you are here, then you are one of those who do not want to waste time experimenting and immediately acquire the best, delicious varieties of seed potatoes, the most productive and resistant to diseases.

I will try to indicate all the characteristics of the variety by which one can judge a given potato and draw a conclusion - to plant or not.

We took into account the reviews of gardeners from different regions about potato varieties and selected the main, most common varieties with positive responses at the end of 2018.

An early high-yielding potato variety. The tubers are round-oval in shape and yellow, the flesh is yellow or dark yellow, the eyes are small. Ripening period 75-80 days. The mass of each tuber at maturity is 100-140 grams.

Gala potatoes are valued for their high marketability of tubers, resistance to mechanical damage, excellent taste and keeping quality during winter storage. The variety is resistant to potato nematode, cancer, scab, moderately resistant to late blight of tops.

When growing this variety, it is recommended to mow the tops 10-12 days before harvesting.

An early high-yielding variety of white potatoes. Its bush is high, up to 75 cm, forms 4-5 stems, white flowers. Impala potato tubers are yellow, oval, small eyes, smooth peel, light yellow flesh.

The variety is resistant to cancer, potato nematode, susceptible to late blight and rhizoctonia disease, slightly affected by viral diseases and common scab. The period from germination to technical ripeness is 70-75 days.

Impala potatoes are valued for their early maturity, high productivity, presentation and excellent taste of tubers.

This is an early, very productive potato of Dutch selection. In terms of yield, it surpasses many well-known varieties.

The bush is about 70 cm high, forms 7-8 stems, the flowers are red-purple. Tubers are elongated-oval with a smooth red skin, yellow pulp and small eyes. There are usually 20 or more tubers in the nest, each weighing 80-85 grams.

The Scarlet potato variety is resistant to late blight, cancer, and leaf curling. It tolerates drought well and is therefore suitable for growing in very hot climates. Ripening period is about 75 days.

When boiling, potatoes of this variety do not fall apart, preserving the appearance of the tubers. It does not darken during cutting, which is typical for many other varieties. Tubers keep well in winter.

Scarlet variety is resistant to the most famous viral diseases, but weakly resistant to common scab. The variety is sensitive to late blight of foliage, but at the same time it is resistant to late blight of tubers, which is more important.

This is a Siberian mid-season large-fruited variety of Kemerovo selection. The Tuleyevsky variety is valued for its excellent taste, it is believed that it has no equal. It even surpassed the well-known Adretta variety, although it looks very similar. True, Adretta is a little smaller, on average it is about the size of a fist. Most of all, Tuleyevsky potatoes are suitable for mashed potatoes, as they are very crumbly.

This potato has yellow tubers with beautiful yellow flesh. The variety does not tolerate drought well, loves moist soil. In good conditions, very large tubers grow, but with a lack of boron in the soil, they can have voids inside. That is, you must first experiment with a small amount of planting material. If the soil is not suitable, then the potatoes will be poorly stored due to the voids inside.
The ripening period for this variety is 90-110 days. The bushes are medium-sized, spreading, the flowers are large, white.

Variety Tuleyevsky is resistant to potato cancer, moderately resistant to tops and moderately susceptible to late blight pathogens in tubers, susceptible to golden potato nematode.

It is an early variety, with a period from germination to harvest of 60 to 70 days. The bushes of this variety are dense, low, spreading with white flowers.

Potato tubers Luck are large, oval in shape, with small eyes and thin skin. The color of the tubers is creamy brown, the flesh is white with excellent taste, the weight of each is 90 - 120 grams. The number of tubers in the nest is usually 10-15 pcs.

Potatoes of this variety are resistant to mechanical damage, late blight, cancer, rot, wrinkled mosaic, viral diseases.

This is an early potato variety, ripening period 70-75 days. Rosary bushes are medium-sized, semi-sprawling with red-violet flowers.The tubers of this variety are elongated-oval, with a thin skin and small eyes. The potatoes are red in color, but yellow in the cross section. These are delicious potatoes. Each mature tuber weighing 80-115 grams, their number in the nest is up to 18 pieces.

Potato variety Rosara is resistant to potato nematode, cancer and relatively resistant to scab and late blight.

The variety is valued for its stable and high yield and excellent presentation. The most productive of all red potatoes.

photo by Tamara Proskurnya

Early ripe table variety. The bush is tall, erect, the leaf is large, green. The flowers are medium-sized, reddish-purple in color.

The tubers are oval-rounded, with small eyes and a rough red skin. The pulp is light yellow. Tuber weight ranges from 117 to 207 g. The taste is good. Marketability of fruits 82-99%, keeping quality 93%.

The cultivar is resistant to the causative agent of potato cancer and the golden potato cyst nematode.

Maximum Bellarosa potato yield - 385 c / ha.

The Bellarosa potato variety is included in the State Register of the Russian Federation for the Central Black Earth Region.

Originator: Europlant.

This is a late-ripening table variety of Dutch breeding potatoes. Erect bush, medium height, red-violet flowers. The tubers are oval in shape, with a red skin and cream-colored flesh. The average weight of 1 tuber is 120 g, up to 12 tubers ripen on one bush. The tubers have good keeping quality and are well kept.

Boiled and fried potatoes are especially tasty.

The variety is virus-resistant. It tolerates drought and lingering rainstorms.

Mid-season, high-yielding potato variety from German breeders. The first crop can be harvested on day 60, the full ripening of tubers occurs on the 75-80th day.

The bush is upright, compact. Leaves are medium to large, light green in color. Corollas are spreading, white. The tubers are round-oval, the skin is yellow, slightly rough, the eyes are small and superficial. The pulp is light yellow to yellow. Slightly crumbly after heat treatment. Great for making mashed potatoes, chips.

Adretta is drought tolerant, tolerates sudden temperature changes and excessive humidity. Highly resistant to cancer and stem nematode, moderately resistant to late blight and viruses.

An early ripe, high-yielding potato variety of domestic selection. This is an elite variety of table potatoes that are also suitable for storage.

The tubers are oval-elongated, the peel is red, rough, the eyes are medium in size. The pulp is light yellow to yellow. Average tuber weight is 110-130 grams.

The bush is erect, the leaves are medium and large, very tough, dark green in color, have a pronounced waviness of the edge.

The main difference between Kamensky and other varieties is that this potato has absolute resistance to the Colorado potato beetle. It is also resistant to potato cancer, late blight of tops and tubers, various mosaics and viral infections. The only disadvantage of this variety is its susceptibility to potato nematode.

Very early (tubers gain marketable weight already on the 40th day from germination), high-yielding table Dutch variety of potatoes. It is suitable for both consumption and long-term storage.

The plant is erect, 75-85 cm high. The stems are strong, powerful root system. The leaves are large, dark green, wavy along the edge. Corollas are red-violet.

1 bush forms 10-12 tubers. Tubers are oval (rarely round) in shape, the peel is thick, slightly rough, light yellow in color. The eyes are superficial. The pulp of this variety is grainy, creamy. After heat treatment, it becomes crumbly. Average tuber weight is 100-170 grams.

Advantages of the variety: drought resistance (gives a good result in hot regions), average resistance to a cancer pathogen, viral potato infections, potato nematode.

Lack of variety: sensitive to scab, and in case of late harvest, prone to late blight of tubers and leaves.

Medium late (125-140 days), high-yielding Dutch variety of table potatoes. Picasso potatoes were included in the State Register of Varieties of the Russian Federation in 1995. Zoned in the Central and Central Black Earth regions.

It tolerates high air and soil temperatures during the growing season, and is drought-resistant. The Picasso potato variety is resistant to potato nematode, fusarium, common scab, crayfish. Medium resistant to late blight tops, resistant to tuber damage.

The bush is tall, erect, spreading. The leaves are large, dark green, white corollas.

The tubers are large, the skin is yellow with pink eyes. The pulp is creamy. The taste is excellent. Keeps perfectly. One bush gives up to 20 tubers weighing 80-140 grams each.

The variety requires higher fertilization rates.

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The top 10 potato varieties with descriptions and reviews will be presented below in the article. These are potato varieties that are most often chosen by gardeners for growing in large and small volumes. They are suitable for personal use and for sale.

Photo of potato variety Galla

The German Galla variety belongs to the early, table varieties. Ripening occurs within 75-80 days. Bushes are erect, medium in size. The leaves are large, dark green. Up to 25 potatoes are removed from the bush. Corolla white, medium-sized flowers.

The weight of the roots is 100-140 g. The peel is yellow, the flesh is also yellowish. Starch content up to 16%. The taste is excellent, the use is universal, does not boil over, does not change color after heat treatment.

  • Adapts to soil and climatic conditions.
  • Productivity up to 400 kg / ha.
  • The tubers are transportable.
  • Keeping quality 85-90%.
  • Resistant to many diseases.
  • Productivity depends on care.
  • Prone to defeat rhizotoniosis.

Reviews about the potato variety Gala:

  • Andrey Plyusnin: “Favorite variety! I allocate the maximum possible area for it. The harvest is always large, of high quality, there is little waste. For 5 years that I have been growing, I have never had any problems with growing! ”.
  • Sasha Frolova: “I don’t really like this variety in taste, but in terms of yield and stability it has no equal. It is not difficult to grow it, except that you have to fight against pests, but so with any potato. "
  • Marina Dishuk: “All my neighbors plant only him. The only problem is what to do with the harvest. I have to distribute to relatives who do not have a summer residence or to sell, because there is too much harvest for my family. "

Dutch potatoes Red Scarlet pleases many gardeners with their characteristics. It is a favorite variety of many manufacturers for making chips. Leader in many respects among red varieties. Ripens in only 70-80 days.

Photo of potato variety Red Scarlet

Low bush with erect pagons of medium thickness. Up to 15 tubers can ripen on a bush. The weight of the potato is within 90-150 g. The peel is pink-red, smooth, with weakly pronounced eyes. The pulp is white. The pulp contains up to 15% starch. Used to prepare various dishes. It does not darken during cooking, it does not boil much.

  • Productivity is about 400 kg / ha.
  • Not afraid of drought and high temperatures during the growing season.
  • Keeping quality 98%.
  • Immunity to late blight of tubers.
  • In some moments, he is picky about leaving.
  • Susceptible to late blight tops, common scab.

Reviews about Red Scarlet potatoes:

  • Raisa Pavlova: “I read descriptions of different types of potatoes. I tried to plant only a few. As for me, Red Scarlet potatoes are one of the most desirable "guests" in the garden. To begin with, it is very tasty, and the pink peel attracts buyers in the market - marketability is high. Stored without problems, if you know how - in general, no complaints! ".
  • Anton Matveev: “I haven't found any better than Red Scarlet yet. In any case, from red varieties. They have been cultivated for more than 5 years, the yield is consistently high. "

Photo potato variety Luck

Knowing the description of potato varieties, you can easily choose the best one for yourself. Luck potatoes are early ripening, table variety, ripen in 65-80 days. Bred by Russian breeders. It is grown on various types of soil, and even in dry, hot climates gives a good harvest.

Bushes are medium in size, dense. The leaves are dark green, matte, medium in size. Snowy flowers with bent petals. About 15 potatoes are obtained from a bush. The peel is yellow, the flesh is white. Contains up to 15% starch. The taste is very simple, not pronounced. The pulp sometimes darkens during cooking. It can be boiled over.

  • The yield is consistently high - 400-430 c / ha.
  • Drought tolerant.
  • Transportability.
  • Long shelf life.
  • Resistant to mechanical damage.
  • Susceptible to late blight, alternaria, nematode.
  • Simple, mediocre taste.

Reviews about potatoes variety Luck:

  • Evgeny Shuikabout: “The yield is excellent. Last year I didn't know where to put it in storage. But the taste is very mediocre, no zest. I don't plant a lot, my wife most often uses it for baking. "
  • Lyudmila Sergeevna: “Not a bad variety in terms of cultivation, however, it often gets sick, if you do not follow this issue. We sprinkle our potatoes with herbal infusions 2-3 times a season. They help, but the disease still comes back. And I don’t want to use chemistry - it’s an early one, after all. ”
  • Irina Guseva: “Potato Luck is a variety for soups, where taste does not play a big role. I grow no more than 20 bushes for food, the rest of the plot is occupied by varieties that are more profitable for sale. "

An early variety that ripens in 60-70 days of cultivation. Appointment for dining, taste good. The bushes are not very spreading, one might say compact. Leaves are green, medium. The flowers are lilac. Up to 12 medium-sized potatoes ripen on a bush (there are practically no small root crops).

Photo of potato variety Zhukovsky

The weight of root crops in Zhukovsky potatoes is 100-120 g. The peel is red, the flesh is white. Starch in tubers up to 12%. The pulp practically does not darken. Most often consumed while potatoes are young - old ones are recommended for the production of chips.

  • Resistant to most diseases.
  • Transportable, not much damaged on the road.
  • Drought-resistant.
  • The safety of root crops is 92-96%.
  • Unpretentious - it is easy to grow it.
  • The yield is stable - 400-450 kg / ha.
  • Low resistance to late blight.
  • Does not tolerate high humidity.

Reviews about the potato variety Zhukovsky:

  • Nina Dmitryuk: “Descriptions of potato varieties are often at odds with reality, but this is not the case. Zhukovsky is a reliable, stable, time-tested variety. The harvest gives early, bears fruit without problems - what more could you want? ".
  • Antonina Doronina: “I update Zhukovsky early every 3 years. The yields are always big. But it cannot be said that there are no problems at all. So about 1/3 of the harvest is small potatoes. "
  • Oleg Guryev: “The taste of this potato variety is very delicate. You can also use the peel in food, after proper preparation it is soft, tasty, but most importantly - healthy! ".

German early variety. Young potatoes are dug up already on the 45th day. Bush up to 75 cm, with semi-erect stems. The leaves are rich green, large. The flowers are reddish-purple, medium in size. The root crop of the Bellarosa variety is large, up to 205 g, elongated. The peel is pink, the flesh is yellowish. In the composition up to 15.7% starch. Describing other potato varieties does not have the same clear advantages. Below you can read the advantages of Bellarose potatoes.

  • The taste is pleasant, the use is universal.
  • Commodity quality and transportability.
  • Productivity 320-360 kg / ha.
  • Immunity to potato cancer, viruses Y, A, black leg, spot, any scab except black, rhizoctonia.
  • Keeping quality 94%.
  • Often affected by the Colorado potato beetle and other pests.

Reviews of the Bellarosa potato variety:

  • Svetlana Ermolaeva: “Favorite red potato. Stable yield is observed up to 4 years without changing the seed! I grow potatoes for sale - the profit is obvious, despite the fact that it practically does not require maintenance. "
  • Maria Trafimova: “Bellarosa pleases not only with its yield, but also with its taste. Potatoes are suitable for any dish, enriching the taste. I haven’t renewed the seed material yet, and yet I collect 30 tons per hectare. There is also waste, but there are many times more quality goods ”.

Photo of potato variety Veneta

Veneta potatoes are an early table variety that gives the first harvest in 65 days. Tubers 60-100 g. Up to 12 tubers are removed from the bush. The tubers are yellow, and light yellow in the cut. Contains up to 15% starch. The pulp does not darken, does not boil.

  • Productivity within 400 kg / ha.
  • Transportable.
  • Suitable for regions with poor growing conditions for potatoes.
  • Keeping quality up to 87%. This is not a little, but not a lot either.
  • Can be sick with late blight of tops and tubers.

Reviews about Veneta potatoes:

Broccoli with potatoes in the oven

  • Vladimir Bazhan: “The description of potato varieties is usually pleasantly pleasing. But when you buy it for landing, disappointments begin. Of course, it is difficult to argue with the advantages of Veneta, but personally I experienced all the disadvantages, not advantages, most likely due to the peculiarities of my climatic zone. So I decided to give up the variety ”.
  • Diana Soltanova: “I grew these potatoes last year. I liked it both in taste and in agricultural technology. Of course, there is nothing to compare with (this is the first experience), but the family is happy with the harvest. This year I will plant again. "
  • Dmitry Dischuk: “I recommend this variety, but only if you find where to get quality seed material. The taste is very pleasant, suitable for any processing. We freeze our harvest in a small amount, and put the rest in the cellar.

Photo of potato variety Skarb

Scarb potatoes are a mid-season variety that ripens 90-110 days after germination. Bushes of medium height, densely covered with leaves. The foliage is light green. The flowers are white, medium in size. The root crop is oval, up to 200 g. The peel is yellow, even. The flesh of the Scarb potato variety is yellowish. Starch content up to 17%.

  • It is immune to major potato diseases.
  • The taste is good. It does not darken during heat treatment.
  • Not afraid of mechanical damage - transportable.
  • The yield per hectare reaches 650 centners.
  • Keeping quality 90%.

Disadvantages appear only with improper planting or agricultural technology.

Reviews about the Scarb potato variety:

  • Mikhail Kukhto: “The description of potato varieties often hides the most positive aspects. In this case, I want to note that Scarb is the most unpretentious variety of all that I have grown. After planting, perhaps a couple of times he removed the weeds - it grows by leaps and bounds. The main thing is that the land is good! "
  • Victor Dukhov: “Scarb is a very good variety. It is unpretentious in care, the yield is large. But last year I was faced with the fact that the potatoes were not uniform. One big, beautiful, another small, the third crumpled. Moreover, all three are on the same bush. And so with all the bushes. I think we just need to renew the seed, let's see how it goes next year. "

Rosara is an early German potato variety. The growing season is 50-65 days, it quickly acclimatizes to a different climate or growing characteristics. The plant is sprawling, massive. The leaves are deep green, the flowers are lilac. 15-20 potatoes are collected from the bush. Tubers of the potato variety Rosara weighing 80-115 g. The peel is red, the flesh is yellow. The taste is good, starch 12-16%.

  • Transportable.
  • The yield per hectare is 350-400 centners.
  • Harvest safety 97%.
  • Relative resistance to late blight and common scab.
  • Sprawling bushes do not allow you to save space on the site.
  • Cooks do not recommend it for frying.

Reviews about Rosara potatoes:

Potatoes with bell pepper

  • Victor Semin: “Although I've heard a lot that the variety adapts quickly, he clearly doesn't like it in the Moscow region.The yield was low, although the potatoes that were harvested were very tasty. "
  • Evgeniya Belkova: “I have been selling potatoes for over 10 years, and it is this variety that is taken apart first. It is reliable, well-known and delicious. "
  • Anna Voronina: “We plant Rosar's potatoes every year. Yielding, tasty, very easy to clean - the potatoes are smooth, grows without flaws. There are practically no problems with growing. "

The Dutch, early Impala potato ripens in 55-60 days. The bush grows up to 75 cm, erect. The leaves are dark green. The buds are white, medium in size. An average of 15 tubers are harvested from a bush. Potatoes are oval, grows up to 150 g, but may be less. The peel is yellow, even. The pulp is yellowish. Starch up to 14.5%. The variety is appreciated by culinary experts for its excellent taste.

  • Productivity up to 360 kg / ha.
  • Resistance to potato cancer, group A viruses, nematode.
  • Presentation type, transportability.
  • Keeping quality up to 95%.
  • In dry summer, the tubers crack.

Reviews of the Impala potato variety:

Baked Potatoes with Vegetables

  • Zinaida Gulko: “I have been growing Impala for several years. Good variety, early, not much starch, can be used in the diet. Only in arid climates, like mine, although it gives a large harvest, many damaged tubers are obtained. "
  • Petr Khromov: “I live in the south and in our region this is one of the most promising varieties. Sold out on the market with a bang. The taste is amazing. Interestingly, depending on the place of cultivation, the taste may differ. "

Photo of potato variety Queen Anna

A medium early German variety that ripens in 80-85 days on average. Up to 16 tubers are removed from the bush. Potatoes 80-150 g, round. The skin is yellow. The pulp is also yellow, but a few tones lighter than the peel. The taste is good, it is often young potatoes of this variety that are sold, not old ones. Starch in the composition of 12-16%.

  • The yield is high - 400-450 kg / ha.
  • Transportable.
  • The commercial qualities are high.
  • Keeping quality 92%.
  • There is immunity to scab, potato cancer, viruses.
  • May be affected by late blight tops and tubers.
  • Needs proper care.

Reviews about Koroleva Anna potatoes:

Baked potatoes with cheese

  • Nikolay Tatur: “We took it first for a taste test. I liked not only us, but also the neighbors. We bought seed material for 2 plots, sowed it, the yield was excellent. This year we will check the yield of last year's potatoes ”.
  • Ekaterina Pyshnyak: “As they say, the taste and color of the comrade is not. So it is with me - the taste of this variety does not make me happy, but the yield is good. I grow it along with 3 more varieties. I'm not complaining about the safety, but small tubers are often found. "
  • Liza Shurupova: “If we compare with Gala, the latter is better - the tubers are larger. But in terms of taste, I liked Queen Anna more. I plant both varieties, half of the harvest goes to storage. Both varieties are kept almost equally well. "

There are about four thousand varieties of potatoes in the world. This number is increasing every year. World selection is advancing, and new species appear that are more resistant to diseases, capable of bearing fruit well under unfavorable environmental conditions.

The State Register of Russia includes about four hundred varieties. Below will be described potato varieties with photos of domestic and foreign selection.

In order to choose one or another potato variety, you first need to figure out what conditions it will grow and why it is planted.

You should also pay attention to:

According to the ripening period, potatoes are divided into groups:

  • very early (tubers ripen in 34 - 50 days)
  • early (the first harvest can be obtained 50 - 65 days after planting)
  • medium early (ripening period up to 80 days)
  • mid-ripening (tubers ripening period up to 3 months or more)
  • medium late (maximum period - 110 days)
  • late ripening (the first tubers need to wait up to 4 months or more)

By design, potatoes are divided into the following varieties:

  • canteens - tubers contain up to 20% starch.Intended for human consumption
  • fodder - are distinguished by a large amount of protein and starch in the composition. Such potatoes are used to feed livestock in farms.
  • technical - alcohol and starch are made from such varieties. Tubers should be rich in starch - more than 16% and contain a small amount of protein
  • universal - starch content - 16 - 18%. Suitable for both human consumption and animal feeding

Plants of Russian, Ukrainian, Belarusian selection are called domestic varieties.

Early-ripening vegetables have many benefits:

  • you don't have to look after them for a long time
  • grow and bear fruit quickly
  • you can harvest several crops in one season

Not picky about soils. Able to tolerate short-term drought. Gives a bountiful harvest. The color of the flower is purple, with a red tint. The color of the tubers is red on the outside and yellow on the inside. It has a pleasant taste. Suitable for industrial cultivation. Store well. Disease resistant.

Dutch variety. You can get 2 crops per season. The plant is small. The color of the potato is white on the outside, yellow on the inside. Weight - up to 245 g. The taste is pleasant. Up to 20 pcs in one nest. Disease resistant. Can be stored for a long time. From 1 hectare they get 23 - 43 tons. Suitable for long-term storage. Drought intolerant.

High-yielding - 28 - 43 tons per hectare. In warm regions, you can harvest 2 crops. Tubers are yellow inside, brown outside. One plant grows from 10 potatoes. Drought tolerant. The taste is pleasant. Not resistant to late blight, scab.

Store well. Bears fruit abundantly - 22 - 49 tons per hectare. You can harvest 2 crops in 1 season. It does not darken after heat treatment. The plant is of medium height. The tubers are yellow both outside and inside. May be affected by late blight, scab.

Tall. The flowers are white. Store well. The tuber is white, weighing up to 140 g.

Dutch variety. The crop can be harvested 2 times - 35 - 60 t / ha. The tubers are yellow on the outside. When cooked, the pulp does not darken. Crumbly. Tasty. Disease resistant.

Ukrainian variety. Can be collected 2 times per season. Yellow both inside and outside. It does not darken after cooking. Disease resistant.

Drought tolerant. In regions with a warm climate, you can harvest 2 crops. It has good gastronomic qualities. Productivity - 15 - 35 t / ha. Tall. The flowers are white. The potatoes are yellow inside and out. One plant produces up to 13 tubers. Not resistant to phyotofluorosis.

Fertile soil is required for planting this variety. The inside of the tuber is white. Under one bush, you can collect up to 16 pieces, weighing up to an average of 100 g.

In warm regions of the country, you can harvest 2 crops per season. Productivity - 23 - 45 t / ha. The taste is pleasant. The peel is white. The pulp is yellow. It can be stored for a long time under favorable conditions. Resistant to many diseases.

Productivity - 25 - 40 t / ha. Tall. Flowers, purple tubers. The pulp is creamy. It has a pleasant taste. Resistant to many diseases.

Dutch variety. Stunted. The flowers are purple. The tubers are large, red on the outside, yellow on the inside. High-yielding - up to 50 t / ha. Does not succumb to late blight.

Received by Russian breeders. It has good gastronomic qualities. Cream-colored potatoes, weighing up to 140 g.

On the cut - white. The flowers are purple with a blue tint. Does not turn black during cooking.

German variety. The flowers are white. Yellow potatoes. One plant grows up to 12 pcs. Productivity - 40 t / ha. Resistant to disease.

Dutch variety. Suitable for industrial cultivation. Bushes of medium height. The tuber is yellow outside and inside. High-yielding - 23–42 t / ha. Crumbly. It does not succumb to many nightshade diseases.

A bountiful harvest of this variety can be obtained in regions with a warm climate - 50 t / ha. The skin color is white. The pulp is light straw. Possesses good disease resistance.

Well suited for cultivation in summer cottages.High-yielding - 50 t / ha. Not picky. After heat treatment, it does not turn black. The peel is red. The tubers are yellow inside. Up to 16 can be harvested from one plant. The taste is pleasant. Resists many diseases.

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High-yielding - 40 t / ha. In the southern regions, the crop can be harvested 2 times. Tall. The peel is red. The pulp is yellow. The taste is pleasant. The flowers are purple with a blue tint. Can be stored under appropriate conditions. Resistant to bacterial rot, cancer, nematode.

These varieties are more popular among gardeners. They have good taste. They can be stored for a long time. They give a large number of tubers.

Low plant. The potato is yellow on the outside and inside. Tubers are large - on average 120 g. From one bush, you can collect up to 15 pieces. The amount of starch is 13% on average. Productivity - 25 t / ha. Resistant to many diseases: late blight, cancer, fusarium.

Ukrainian variety. Possesses good taste. Tall. Potatoes weighing up to 120 g. Pink outside, white inside. Starch content - 14%. High-yielding - up to 40 t / ha. Can be transported over long distances.

A variety of Russian selection. Productivity - 25 - 40 t / ha. Not picky about the ground. Drought tolerant. Resistant to late blight, cancer, nematode.

Belarusian variety. Large tubers - up to 200 g. Up to 15 pieces under one bush. Contains up to 17.5% starch. The color is straw. Under favorable conditions, up to 40 t / ha can be harvested. It does not turn black during cooking.

Was bred by Belarusian breeders. High-yielding - 60 t / ha. Medium-sized. Tuber weight - up to 120 g. Color - yellow. The flowers are purple. The average amount of starch is 14%.

This variety of potatoes can not only be fried, but even frozen.

Not picky about leaving. Store well. The tuber is white inside, gray outside. High-yielding - 50 t / ha. The starch content is 15%. Resistant to nematode, scab, cancer.

Tall. Productivity - 21 - 38 t / ha. The tubers are brown. Inside they are cream colored. On average, one plant forms 13 pcs. The weight of one is up to 130 g. The average starch content is 15%. Possesses excellent gastronomic qualities.

Belarusian variety. Medium-sized. The flowers are lilac. The tuber is pink. The pulp is amber. The mass of one potato reaches up to 145 g. The average starch content is 13%. Productivity - 16.5 - 34 t / year. Can be stored for up to 6 months. Not crumbly.

These varieties have a long growing season. Therefore, they cannot be grown in all regions of the country.

The tuber is red, creamy on the cut. Yields up to 30 t / ha. It is immune to certain diseases.

The peel is red, the tuber is yellow on the cut. Weight of one piece - up to 140 g. May contain up to 19% starch. 24 tons of crops are harvested from 1 hectare.

Dutch origin. Can tolerate short-term drought. Productivity - 50 t / ha. Differs in the content in the composition of a large amount of starch - more than 20%. Possesses good taste. Can be stored for a long time, transported over long distances.

Originally from Belarus. The tuber is pink, white when cut. High-yielding - 70 t / ha.

Dutch variety. It does not turn black during heat treatment. The taste is pleasant. The peel is red. Inside is a straw-colored tuber. High-yielding - 60 t / ha. Contains more than 20% starch in the composition. Store well. Can be transported over long distances.

Domestic variety. The potatoes are yellow on the outside, creamy on the inside. Weight - up to 200 g. High-yielding - up to 60 t / ha.

Frequent guest at our tables

People have different tastes. But there are potato varieties that have the best taste. Some of them are described below:

Originally from Holland. The peel is yellow-pink. The flowers are white. One hectare can be harvested 20-50 tons of tubers. Grows well in adverse weather conditions. Can be planted anywhere in Russia. Another name is Ivan da Marya.

One potato can reach up to 400 g. About 40 tons of tubers are obtained from 1 hectare.

Obtained by Gollan breeders. One bush gives 20 tubers. The weight of one can be up to 350 g. Productivity - 20 t / ha.

High-yielding - up to 40 t / ha. Demanding on soil moisture. It can grow in different regions of the country. Not resistant to mycoses.

For lovers of unusual varieties of vegetables, you will have to taste the variety

This potato looks like a beet. The rind and flesh are dark purple in color.
The tubers contain a small amount of starch. The mass of one root crop is 100 g. One plant forms an average of 13 pieces.

High-yielding - 40 t / ha. drought-resistant. But for good growth, you need a sufficient amount of water. Does not tolerate low air temperatures.

It has good gastronomic qualities. Resistant to many nightshade diseases. Can be eaten raw.

It is used for the prevention of cancer, metabolic disorders, atherosclerosis, hypertension. In addition to the Gourmet, there are other multi-colored nightshades.

Late. The rind is blue. Purple inside. Suitable for long-term storage.

It is recommended to cook "colored" potatoes with the skin. So it will not lose its color.

Early. The tuber is elongated, red. Possesses good taste.

Applied raw. The potato is brown-bronze in color, inside is blue. With an average ripening period.

All these varieties are suitable for cultivation in Russia.

If you need to grow potatoes not only for personal consumption, but also for sale, then there is a need to obtain tubers with an attractive appearance. The most beautiful varieties include the following specimens:

German variety. Productivity - about 20 t / ha. Tubers are red-pink on the outside, yellow on the inside. Contains up to 14% starch. They weigh up to 140 g. The number of potatoes under one bush is up to 17. Most often they are grown in the southern, northern regions of Russia. Can tolerate short-term drought. Undemanding to soil. It tolerates long-term storage well.

The tubers are bronze in color. The pulp is white. Not picky about watering. Does not succumb to late blight. Productivity - up to 15 t / ha. Contains up to 14% starch.

German origin. The tuber is dark red, yellow on the cut. Weight - up to 150 g. The amount of starch is about 16%. It is difficult to tolerate planting in soils with insufficient potassium. Can be stored for a long time.

Dutch variety. Productivity - 35 - 40 t / ha. Well suited for cultivation in the northern regions of Russia. The average weight of tubers is 120 g. Red outside, inside with creamy pulp. Not suitable for long-term storage.

Bred in Ukraine. Contains up to 15% starch. The tuber is yellow-pink in color. Creamy cut. Weight - up to 145 g. From 1 hectare you can get an average of 10 - 20 tons of crop.

These varieties have high yields and taste good. They are resistant to many phyto pests, fungal and viral diseases.

Can be grown under any natural conditions. The number of tubers - up to 15 pcs. Contains up to 13% starch. Outside the potato is light yellow, on the cut - cream. Not picky about soils.

Can be grown in any part of Russia. Not picky about the soil, climatic conditions. The flowers are purple. Medium-sized. The tuber is pink, weighing up to 120 g. It contains up to 12% starch. Productivity - up to 60 t / ha.

Tubers weigh up to 130 g. One bush forms up to 15 pieces. The color of the peel is pink, inside is white. May contain up to 19% starch. High-yielding - 50 t / ha. A bountiful harvest can only be obtained on light soils.

Potato yield largely depends on the level of agricultural technology. There are varieties that have shown the most yields with proper care.

The highest yields are:

All of the above plants are table varieties.

Most of all, potatoes damage:

Fungal diseases, pests can destroy ½ of the crop.Therefore, it is necessary to grow varieties of plants that are more resistant to diseases and insects.

In regions with a lot of rain, most often, plants are susceptible to fungal diseases. The following varieties are recommended to be planted.

Domestic selection. With an average ripening period. The flowers are purple. Potatoes are yellow, creamy on the cut. Weight - up to 150 g. May contain up to 19% starch. The average yield is 16 t / ha.

Early. The tuber is pink. The pulp is creamy. Weight - up to 130 g. Starch content - up to 17%. High-yielding - up to 45 t / ha.

Originally from Ukraine. Pink potatoes with white flesh. Starch content - up to 19%.

To this list, you can add the above-described varieties - Bellarose and Arosu.

All of them are resistant to late blight.

Thick-skinned tubers are less susceptible to pest damage.

The average weight of one potato is 120 g. Yellow. One bush gives up to 20 pcs. Contains a small amount of starch - from 10%. With an average ripening period. Productivity - 27 - 50 t / ha.

German selection. Early. The potatoes are brown. Light brown inside. Weight - up to 140 g. Starch content - up to 15%. High-yielding - up to 20 t / ha.

Chervona Ruta and Bellarosa are also pest resistant.

Early. With yellow skin and light flesh. Contains up to 15% starch. The maximum weight of one potato is up to 130 g. Productivity is up to 52 t / ha.

Red potatoes with white flesh. One plant forms up to 11 pcs. Can be grown in any region of Russia. With a late maturity. High-yielding - up to 52 t / ha.

Bred in Ukraine. Pink potatoes with white flesh. Contains about 18% starch. Productivity - 52 t / ha.

Among their ranks are such varieties as:

The most resistant to golden nematode:

Potatoes are a valuable food product not only for people, but also for animals. Fodder potatoes should contain a large amount of protein and starch. These substances contribute to the rapid weight gain of livestock. The most famous varieties:

Elongated tubers. Beige on the outside, white on the cut.

Red-skinned potatoes. On the cut - white. There are a lot of eyes.

The amount of starch does not affect the taste of the potato.

Forage varieties should not be planted in the area for human consumption. In order not to be mistaken when choosing, it is best to know them "by sight" - read the description and photo.

Another variety of nightshades that should not be planted for human consumption. They are grown to produce starch and alcohol.

The following varieties can be classified as technical:

The tubers are yellow. The pulp is creamy. Lots of eyes.

Yellow, large potatoes with creamy flesh.

The tuber is yellow. On the cut - cream. One plant gives up to 10 pcs.

All-purpose potatoes can be eaten. It is grown as animal feed and for technical purposes.

Red potatoes, yellow on the cut. Elongated shape. With a thick skin. After heat treatment, it turns black.

Elongated potatoes. The color of the tubers is red, inside is yellow. The flowers are purple.

Yellow potatoes, cream cut on the cut. Elongated shape.

Breeding work on the development of new varieties of vegetables does not stop. Scientists develop new high-yielding plants every year.

Some of the newer potato varieties.

High-yielding - up to 40 t / ha. Has no special requirements for the ground. Tubers are elongated, with a red skin. Weighing up to 135 g. It has no immunity to diseases.

Up to 50 tons can be harvested from 1 hectare. One bush forms up to 15 tubers. Tall. Contains up to 17% starch. The peel is yellow, the flesh is creamy.

Early. Yields 30 - 40 t / ha of crop. It can grow in adverse weather conditions. The tubers are large - about 500 g. Red in color, with a creamy pulp. It took more than 10 years to breed this variety.

Undemanding. Disease resistant. Up to 35 tons can be harvested from 1 hectare. Straw-colored tubers.

Contains a very large amount of starch. Elongated pink potatoes.

New varieties bred in Holland:

In our country, there are many areas with poor soil. The varieties described below are suitable for these regions:

German origin. Drought tolerant. Tasty. Productivity - up to 25 t / ha.

One of the most sustainable. Drought tolerant. Productivity - up to 25 t / ha. Not resistant to some diseases.

Early. Undemanding. High-yielding - up to 40 t / ha. The peel is white.

The better the care of these varieties, the more abundant the harvest will be.

Most drought-resistant:

Bred by Ukrainian breeders. Late. One potato can weigh up to 180 g. Color - pink-purple. Elongated shape. One plant forms up to 15 pcs. Contains up to 13% starch. Productivity - up to 40 t / ha.

Yellow potatoes weighing up to 200 g. Early. The flowers are white. Contains up to 17% starch. Productivity - 10 - 30 t / ha.

There are varieties of potatoes that can only grow in certain climatic conditions.

Varieties for the South of Russia:

Best for planting in Northern Russia:

Best for growing in temperate climates:

But we must not forget that this vegetable pleases with a high yield only with appropriate care.

You need to choose varieties that are suitable for the area where they will grow. To obtain a bountiful harvest, planting material must be renewed every 3 to 5 years. It is required to make a crop rotation every few years.

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Yes, there are a lot of them here in the article. I have just read about most of them. Of course, this is all due to the fact that in our city 1-2 varieties are constantly imported from the region, so about some specials. varieties do not need to think. Unless only from gardeners you can find something unusual, who specifically buy them and go after them. The early Riviera variety is imported as standard, these potatoes are just bulk. Yes, it does not lie for long, at most until October, and then it starts to deteriorate. Most often it is young and I eat the first one. At my dacha, I constantly use Aurora soot, this is the best choice for planting, it is also stored for a long time. From the late one I have Zhuravinka, you need to wait for her very long, careful care so that the king does not gobble up. They have not yet mentioned such a variety in the article - Gypsy, I once tried it with a friend, potatoes of medium size, oblong, tubers are red in color, yellow inside. It is also medium late, bears fruit well and is preserved. And, by the way, very tasty.

Wow, how many varieties are described here))) Potatoes are generally my favorite product and I can eat them in any cooked form. But of all the varieties that are listed in the article, I recognized only Sineglazka, Bella Rosa and Slavyanka. These are the three main varieties that I planted in my garden, or rather helped my parents the way they manage garden affairs in the village. By the way, I noticed that these varieties are very different from each other, and this is especially evident during the preparation of a potato dish. For example, blue-eyed in general, in my opinion, is not suitable for frying, it is very soft in structure and literally crumbles at the moment of frying, but very well suited for mashed potatoes or potato pancakes. But the Slav and Bella with a rose, on the contrary, are great for frying, I even made chips from them twice)))

I am a conservative at heart and rarely change my taste preferences. So it is with potatoes.About twelve years ago, my relatives started experimenting with potato varieties and I was attracted. As a result, I was very unhappy, as I have always been a fan of the Nevsky variety. Although this variety of potatoes was considered fodder, it gave a good harvest and was pleasant to eat in almost any form. He loved fried potatoes and cooked them almost every other day. Now I grow some kind of glass potato and I don't even know what it's called. In soup, these potatoes are not very pleasant, as well as in boiled form. Increasingly I am inclined to return to the “Nevsky” variety again. I live in a temperate climate and I think that the variety has not yet been bred better in taste and in the level of fertility in my area. At least I was completely satisfied with this variety in these parameters.

I was looking for new interesting potato varieties - I came across this selection. Helpful. Especially for those who are just starting to deal with potatoes. Alas, it is difficult for me to choose varieties of potatoes, like other root crops - the area is shaded, the soil is often wet. Therefore, for me one of the most important qualities is resistance to rot. I found a couple of options here that I have not tried yet, let's see what happens. But it would be more convenient if, according to this indicator, varieties were also brought together in a single list, as in terms of drought resistance. And then while you study that potato encyclopedia - the planting season will end)))
Unusual varieties were also very interested. I'll have to experiment. Of course, I will not risk it right away, but I will plant two or three bushes for testing.

I live in an arid climate, so I haven't seen rich harvests for a long time. I planted two buckets of potatoes, dug three buckets of root vegetables. This is approximately what my process of growing this vegetable looked like. I tried all kinds of fertilizers, experimented with different types of irrigation, from irrigation to drip moistening of the soil, mulched the ground, pruned bushes, tried double hilling, grown on straw, changed the planting depth, but all to no avail. Once I met a school friend (lives in my city) and he boasted to me about his potato crop. I was amazed at the result. After all, we have the same soil, and the results are radically different. As a result, he admitted that he grows only Bellarose and only this variety in our region gives good yields. Naturally, I bought several buckets of planting material from him and planted everything in the spring. In the fall, I was overwhelmed by the harvest. Almost a bucket from one bush, which is a fantastic result. The variety is simply the leader in yield. True, the planting material must be renewed otherwise the yield will fall every year.

I could not even think that there is such a variety of potato varieties. For example, we have a lot of potato varieties, but I do not know the information separately for each variety. I only know about belarose, which bears fruit very well in our country and the potatoes have excellent taste and yield a large harvest. There is also a very large number of the Slavianka variety, I will not say anything about its yield, but this is considered a fodder variety, it is very large, but it has poor taste, so it can only be fried. I want to withdraw this variety completely and plant another one. But a lot depends on weather conditions and fertilizers, and here, of course, you can't guess what kind of harvest you will harvest at the end of summer. From the article I learned that potatoes need to be completely renewed every three years, unfortunately we did not know about this. Therefore, I think next year in the spring, we will definitely buy good varieties of potatoes and at the same time update, so the harvest will be much better. I like potato varieties very much. which are yellow inside, the mashed potatoes are excellent. I liked the Accent variety very much, I think I'll bet on it.

I want to find a variety that looks like early maturation or red nosed

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