Jaerla is a potato variety that has good resistance to late blight. This variety initially consumed early is increasingly abandoned in this type of consumption because of its tendency to green quickly. It is a variety that does not need much water to develop which is a strong point with multiple droughts.
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Plant: Medium size, semi-spread habit, leafy type.
Stem: Medium-pigmented internodes, very weakly pigmented nodes, with developed, straight wings.
Leaf: Dark green, little divided, closed; leaflet large, oval rounded (I = 1, 70); Limbe plan.
Flowering: Moderately abundant.
Crop characteristics and use
Jaerla potato plant yield: 98% Bintje.
Calibration: Proportion of large tubers: strong to very strong.
Susceptibility to disease: Foliage downy mildew: relatively low
sensitive. Downy mildew of the tuber: not very sensitive.
Warty gall: not attacked. Common scabies: relatively few
sensitive. Virus X: R.A.S. Virus A: resistant.
Virus Y: moderately susceptible. Winding: quite sensitive.
NEMATODE ROI -4: R.A.S.
Internal defects of the tuber: Not very sensitive to stains
rust, moderately sensitive to the hollow core,
Ashy spots: R.A.S.
Susceptibility to germing: Sensitive.
Vegetative rest of the potato plant jaerla: Short.
Culinary quality: Good cooking performance, culinary group B,
Blackening after cooking: zero, coloring on frying: R.A.S.
Dry matter content: Very low.
Suitability for preservation: Low.