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Pentland Lustre potato details
Pentland Lustre - © Dundry Nurseries & Garden Centre
Pentland Lustre were introduced in 1969 and are a very good variety for exhibition use on the showbench. Tubers are oval to long and the white flesh is firm and of a waxy texture. The skin is white with large splashes of pink and shallow eyes. A high yielding variety with resistance to drought, common scab and eelworm.
Resistance :
Blight : Low
Scab : Resistant
Eelworm : Low
Tuber :
Skin : White
Flesh : White
Shape :
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