Variety Name: DiamantRights Holder | Breeder: F. BRANDSCountry of Origin: Netherlands NetherlandsYear of of introduction: 1982

Diamant is a type of potato known for its smooth, yellow skin and creamy flesh. Diamant potatoes are popular for their excellent taste and versatility in cooking, often used for boiling, baking, or making French fries.

  • Skin Color: Light yellow to pale yellow. 
  • Flesh Color: Creamy white. Shape: Round to oval. 
  • Size: Medium to large tubers. 
  • Texture: Firm with a smooth texture. Eye Depth: Shallow eyes, making them easier to peel. 
  • Yield: High yielding variety, known for producing a significant number of tubers per plant. 
  • Maturity: Early to mid-season variety. Typically matures in about 90-100 days. 
  • Disease Resistance: Good resistance to several common potato diseases including late blight, early blight, and potato virus Y (PVY). Moderate resistance to potato cyst nematodes. 
  • Storage Quality: Excellent storage capabilities. Can be stored for extended periods without significant loss of quality. 
  • Flavor: Mild and slightly buttery flavor, suitable for a wide range of culinary uses. 
  • Dry Matter Content: Moderate dry matter content, which makes it versatile for both boiling and frying.

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