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References - Potato Varieties

  1. Information sent to the Variety Registration Office and/or Plant Breeders' Rights Office of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency by the breeder or the appliquant.
  2. Atlantic provinces agricultural services coordinating committee, 2001, Potato Crop - Variety, Weed and Pest Control Guide, AGDEX 257, Canada, Internet version (PDF format), 13 p.
  3. British Potato Council, 2000, British Seed Variety Handbook, 178p. and The British Potato Variety Database.
  4. European Cultivated Potato Database, , website maintained by The Scottish Agricultural Science Agency; collaboration from 8 European Union Countries and 5 East European Countries.
  5. Love S.L., Baker T.P., Ojala J.C., Pavek J.J., Corsini D.L.,1993, Varieties in the Pacific Northwest, Pacific Northwest Extension Publication - Idaho, Oregon, Washington, PNW 454, USA, 24 p.
  6. New Brunswick Department of Agriculture and Rural Development, 1997, Potato varieties in Canada, AGDEX 161/33, Canada, 135 p.
  7. Netherlands Consultative Potato Institute (NIVAA), Netherlands Catalogue of Potato Varieties 2007, 288 p. and Online Catalogue
  8. Potato Association of America, American Journal of Potato Research, Maine, USA.
  9. Potato Association of America's website, Variety Images & Descriptions; descriptions of North American Varieties.
  10. Scottish Agricultural College, variety descriptions (descriptions now found under European Cultivated Potato Database)
  11. Thompson, L. and Davidson, R.D., 1997, Cherry Red Growing Guide, San Luis Valley Research Center, Colorado State University, USA, 3 p.
  12. SAKA Pflanzenzucht GbR, enterprise's website, description of German varieties.
  13. BANK, Eugenia. 2006. Common Scab of Potatoes, online document. Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs of Ontario, Canada.
  14. Dr. K.-H. Niehoff, enterprise's website, description of German varieties.
  15. Europlant, enterprise's website, description of German varieties.
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