Russet Burbank

Higher Taxon Solanaceae
Genus Solanum L.
Species Solanum tuberosum L. cv. Russet Burbank
Breeder Agent GB Seed Industry

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Russet Burbank (leaf)
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Data sourceCPVPA
CZEHBROD
DEPT
DEU416
FRA179
GBR165
HUN052
HZPC
NIVAA
POL IPR BON
VRI RUSSIA
Plant material maintained asTuber
In-vitro
Tuber and in-vitro
Plant health directive EC77/93, requirementsFully tested
Part tested
Untested
Country of originNETHERLANDS
UNITED STATES
Sample statusAdvanced cultivar
Test conditionsNon organic
plant characteristics
MaturityVery late
Late to very late
Late
Intermediate
Early to intermediate
Growth habitSemi erect to erect
Spreading to semi erect
Spreading
Foliage coverModerate
Moderate to good
Good
Good to dense
Dense
Flower colourWhite
Flower frequencyRare
Rare to occasional
Occasional to frequent
BerriesNo berries
Rare
Pollen fertilitySterile
Low
Light sprout colourPink
tuber characteristics
Tuber skin colourWhite to yellow
Tuber eye colourYellow
Primary tuber flesh colourWhite
Tuber shapeLong to oval
Tuber eye depthDeep
Medium to deep
Medium
Shallow to medium
Shallow
Tuber skin textureRusset
Rough
Intermediate
tubering characteristics
Yield potentialMedium
Medium to high
High
High to very high
Early harvest yield potentialMedium
Tubers per plantFew
Few to medium
Many
Tuber sizeMedium to large
Large to very large
Tuber shape uniformityMedium
Uniform
Secondary growthHigh
Medium to high
Growth crackingMedium
Hollow heart tendencyMedium
Resistance to external damageSusceptible
Susceptible to moderate
Resistance to internal bruisingLow
Low to medium
High
Dormancy periodLong to very long
Storage abilityGood
Very good
utilisation characteristics
Cooking type / 411 Cooked textureFairly firm (multi-purpose type)
Mealy (floury type)
Mealy (floury type) to fairly firm (multi-purpose type)
After cooking blackeningTrace
TasteGood
Crisp suitabilityModerate
French fry suitabilityModerate to good
Good
Good to very good
Frying colourPale to medium
Pale
Dry matter contentMedium to high
High
Very high
Starch contentMedium
High
resistance to fungal diseases
Resistance to late blight on tubersVery low
Low
Low to medium
Medium
Resistance to late blight on foliageLow
Low to medium
High
Resistance to late blight on tubers (Laboratory test)Very low to low
Resistance to late blight on tubers (Artificial inoculum in the field)Low
Resistance to late blight on foliage (Laboratory test)Low
Resistance to late blight on foliage (Artificial inoculum in the field)Low to medium
Resistance to dry rot (Fusarium coeruleum)Medium
Resistance to early blight (Alternaria solani)Medium
Resistance to powdery scab (Spongospora subterranea)Medium
Wart (Synchytrium endobioticum)Field immune
Field immunity to wart racesRace 1
Resistance to gangrene (Phoma foveata)Low
High
Resistance to dry rot (Fusarium spp.)Medium
High to very high
resistance to bacterial diseases
Resistance to common scab (Streptomyces scabies)High
High to very high
Resistance to blackleg (Erwinia spp.)Low to medium
High
High to very high
resistance to virus diseases
Resistance to potato virus AVery low to low
Low
Resistance to potato virus BLow
Resistance to potato virus CMedium to high
Resistance to potato virus MLow
Resistance to potato virus XLow
Resistance to potato virus Y (strain not specified)Low
Low to medium
Medium
Resistance to potato leaf roll virusVery low to low
Low
Low to medium
Medium
resistance to pests
Resistance to Globodera rostochiensis race 1Very low to low
Low
Resistance to Globodera rostochiensis race 5Very low to low
Resistance to Globodera pallida race 1Low
Resistance to Globodera pallida race 2Low
environmental stress factors
Drought resistanceLow
High
Variety information last modified on 10th of July, 2015