Lady Rosetta

Lady Rosetta

Maturity 6,6
Colour of skin *(1) R
Colour of flesh *(2) 6,1
Shape of tuber *(3) R
Depth of the eyes 6,0
Tuber uniformity 7,9
Size of tubers 7
Grading 8.5
Dry matter percentage 24,9
Suitability for cooking
Dormancy 4,7

9=positive … 1=negative
*(1): L=light D=dark W=white G=yellow R=red
*(2): Colour of flesh: 8=yellow … 4=white
*(3): Shape of tuber: R=round O=oval L=long

Reaches high dry matter levels and low sugars early in the season. This makes Lady Rosetta the excellent early season and medium term storage crisping variety; red skinned, round shaped crisp potato with rather shallow eyes; also very suitable for starch and mashed potatoes; the crop is reliable with high marketable output and uniform size distribution. The development of the crop is rapid and with good husbandry techniques will produce excellent results in a range of conditions; Lady Rosetta has a good drought tolerance, the crop will benefit from good irrigation; rapid leaf development with good ground cover; parentage: Cardinal x (VTN)2 62-33-3.

4 months
Leaf rol 6
A-virus R
X-virus R
Y-virus 7,5
Yntn-virus 7
Foliage blight 3
Tuber blight 5.5
Common scab 6,6
Spraing 7.5
Bruising 4.5
Secondary growth 7
Ro1 9
Pa2 2
Pa3 2
wz 1 (D1) 9
wz 2/6 (G1/O1) 9
wz 18 (T1)
R=resistant … 1=very susceptible
Ro/Pa(x) = Globodera rostochiensis / pallida pathotype(x)RESISTANCE TO GOLDEN NEMATODE:
Ro1(=A), Ro2/Ro3(=BC), Pa2(=D), Pa3(=E)
(9 = high resistant; 1 = very susceptible)
wz 1(D1), wz 2/6 (G1/O1, wz 18 (T1)
(10 = resistant, 3 = very susceptible)

Do you need specific advice about planting distances or fertilizing? Ask your local supplier or your Meijer contact.
-Wait for eyes waking up before planting.
-Start late blight control in time.
-After harvest, dry the potatoes by ventilation.
-Avoid black spot.