Nola

Aardappel Nola Bio Den Hartigh Gesneden Knol
Firm cooking
Suitable for organic market
High resistance to Phytophthora
Very good storeble
Very long shelflife
RO1 and Wart disease F1 resistant

Potato variety Nola

Nola is a dark yellow flesh, organic table variety. This table potato is very suitable for the organic market and has a high resistance to tuber blight (9.5) and foliage blight (9.5).

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The planting distance for Nola size 28/35 is 22 to 24 centimeters. For size 35/50, a distance of 27 to 29 centimeters is adviced. We also recommend this planting distance for 50/60 seed potatoes. Always count the tubers and keep in mind that heavier soils require a closer planting distance.

Nola is suitable for all soil types, but avoid scab and Rhizoctonia sensitive soils. Plant with pre-sprouted tubers give the best results. Avoid condensation before and during planting to prevent contamination.

Irrigate this organic table potato to prevent scab. Nola does not cause any problems during haulm killing.

Wait until the skin has matured before harvesting, be careful with mother tubers and prevent harvest damage. After harvesting, provide good ventilation during storage until the potatoes are dry. During long-term storage, ventilate regularly and cool down slowly. For transport warm up gradually.

Physiology

 

Skin colour Yellow
Flesh colour Dark yellow
Tuber shape Oval to long oval
Tuber shape uniformity 7
% 35/65 92%
Tuber per plant 13
Eye depth 7
Maturity 6,5
Dormancy 9
Bruising index (0-50) 2
Mechanical damage 7
Hollow hearts 7

Yield – Quality

 

Relative yield 85
Dry matter content (UWW) 19,5 (355)
Cooking type A
After cooking discoloration 7
Frying colour after cooking 4
Frying colour after harvest 4

Resistentie

 

Foliage blight 9,5
Common scab 5,5
Powdery scab 7
Globodera Ro 1 (A) 9
Wart disease f1 (D1) 10
Spraing (TRV) 7,2
Virus Y 5,5
 
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