Comments:
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
Characteristics Value
Maturity 8
Colour of skin (1) DG
Colour of flesh (2) 7
Shape of tuber (3) RRO
Depth of the eyes 7
Tuber uniformity 8
Size of tubers 6.5
Grading 8
Dry matter percentage 24
Suitability for cooking -
Dormancy 7

Storage
At 6°C for 8 months.
Description
  • An outstanding crisping variety with excellent fry colour, particularly after long storage.
  • Enables a year-round supply of the crisp industry.
  • The thin yellow skinned, light yellow flesh tubers are round to oval shaped and easy to peal.
  • High yield potential and high dry matter content; in contrast with many other varieties with a high dry matter content, Lady Claire has a high resistance to damage and bruising.
  • The early maturity allows flexibility in planting period to optimise the timing of the harvest.
  • Lady Claire can be stored at a temperature of 5°C (41°F)
  • Parentage: Agria x KW 78-34-470.
Lady Claire Potato
Comments:
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 = Highly resistant; 1 = Very susceptible)
Wart Disease:
wz 1(D1), wz 2/6 (G1/O1, wz 18 (T1)
(10 = Resistant, 3 = Very susceptible)

Resistance Value
Leaf rol 7
A-virus 9
X-virus 7
Y-virus 6.5
Yntn-virus 7
Foliage blight 3
Tuber blight 6
Common scab 7
Spraing 6
Bruising 7
Secondary growth 8
Ro1 9
Ro2/3 -
Pa2 -
Pa3 -
wz 1 (D1) 10
wz 2/6 (G1/O1) 10
wz 18 (T1) -
Advice & Tips
If you require specific advice about planting distances or fertilizing please do not hesitate to contact us.
  • Wait for eyes waking up before planting.
  • Sensitive to the full dose of Sencor pre-emergence.
  • Start late blight control in time.
  • Sensitive to Alternaria, start early in the season to prevent this.
  • Wait for a set skin before harvest.
  • After harvest, dry the potatoes by ventilation.
  • Sensitive to pressure damage.
  • Be careful with sprouting inhibitor at harvest time!