AMINCA Seed potatoes Aminca
Genetic origin: Résy X Amaryl
Catalogue registration: 1980
Maturity: Very early to early
Tuber: Long, regular, shallow eyes , yellow skin,
Sprout: Purplish red, conical, medium hairiness.
Plant: Medium height, spreading habit to semi-spreading, leafy type.
Stem: Weak pigmentation, with slightly pronounced wings,
in straight majority.
Leaf: Light green , little divided, half-opened; leaflet average,
rounded oval (I = 1.67); limbus plan.
Flowering: Quite rare.
Flower: Purplish red, partially pigmented flower bud.
Fruit: Very rare.
Yield: 93% of Bintje.
Grading: Proportion of large tubers: high.
disease Sensitivity: Leaf blight: susceptible.
Mildew Tuber: moderately susceptible. Wart:
not attacked. Common scab: fairly susceptible. Winding: insensitive.
Nematode ROI -4: resistant.
Internal tuber defects: Slightly susceptible to stains
rust and hollow heart, susceptible to black spots.
Susceptibility to sprouting: Rather slightly susceptible.
Dormancy period: Fairly short.
Quality Food: Pretty good for good for cooking,
culinary group B, slight blackening after cooking, fairly good
Dry matter content: Fairly low.
Keeping quality. Pretty weak
early variety with very early , productive, with a dry matter content quite satisfactory for a variety of this precocity.