Aardappel Laperla Den Hartigh Gesneden Knol
Very early variety
Light yellow smooth skin
Very high yielding
Grown in early potato production areas
PCN (Ro1) and Wart (f1) resistance

Potato variety Laperla

Laperla is a very early table variety with light yellow flesh and skin. The skin is attractive and smooth. This table potato has a very high yield in all regions and can be grown also in early potato production areas. Laperla is partly resistant to nematode pa2.

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Laperla is planted in the white sprouts stage for best results. Use physiologically young seed potatoes. Tuber treatment against rhizoctonia improves tuber size regularity. Laperla is sensitive to Metribuzin and has a slow leaf development, but tuberization starts early.

Start on time with preventive treatment against alternaria. Haulm killing does not cause any problems. Laperla has an early maturity and has a slow skinset. Therefore wait until good skinset before harvesting.

Be careful with mother tubers and avoid damage during harvest. Drying Laperla tubers is important for good skin quality. Cool down the product gradually.



Skin colour Light yellow
Flesh colour Light yellow
Tuber shape Round oval
Tuber shape uniformity 7
% 35/65 51%
Tuber per plant 9
Eye depth 7
Maturity 7,6
Dormancy 6
Storability 6
Bruising index (0-50) 3
Mechanical damage 6
Hollow hearts 9

Yield – Quality


Relative yield 120
Dry matter content (UWW) 15,3% (271)
Cooking type A
After cooking discoloration 7
Frying colour after harvest 2
Frying colour after storage 2



Foliage blight 4,3
Tuber blight 9
Common scab 4,7
Powdery scab 6
Globodera Ro 1 (A) 9
Wart disease f1 (D1) 10
Spraing (TRV) 7
Virus Y 4,5
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