Higher Taxon Solanaceae
Genus Solanum L.
Species Solanum tuberosum L. cv. Raja
Breeder Cebeco
Breeder Agent
Data sourceCPVPA
Plant material maintained asTuber
Plant health directive EC77/93, requirementsFully tested
Part tested
Country of originNETHERLANDS
Sample statusAdvanced cultivar
Test conditionsNon organic
plant characteristics
Growth habitSemi erect to erect
Foliage coverModerate
Good to dense
Flower colourRed violet
Flower frequencyOccasional
Occasional to frequent
Light sprout colourPink
tuber characteristics
Tuber skin colourRed
Tuber eye colourRed
Primary tuber flesh colourCream
Tuber shapeOval
Oval to long
Tuber eye depthShallow to medium
Tuber skin textureIntermediate
tubering characteristics
Yield potentialHigh to very high
Very high
Tubers per plantMany to very many
Tuber sizeLarge
Large to very large
Tuber shape uniformityMedium to uniform
Resistance to external damageResistant
Resistance to internal bruisingLow to medium
Medium to high
utilisation characteristics
Cooking type / 411 Cooked textureMealy (floury type) to fairly firm (multi-purpose type)
After cooking blackeningTrace
Crisp suitabilityGood
French fry suitabilityGood
Dry matter contentMedium to high
High to very high
resistance to fungal diseases
Resistance to late blight on tubers (Laboratory test)High to very high
Resistance to late blight on tubers (Artificial inoculum in the field)High to very high
Resistance to late blight on foliage (Artificial inoculum in the field)Low to medium
Resistance to late blight on foliage (Laboratory test)Medium
Wart (Synchytrium endobioticum)Field immune
resistance to bacterial diseases
Resistance to common scab (Streptomyces scabies)Medium
Medium to high
resistance to virus diseases
Resistance to potato virus AVery high
Resistance to potato virus XVery high
Resistance to potato virus Y (strain not specified)High to very high
Very high
Resistance to potato leaf roll virusMedium to high
Resistance to tobacco rattle virusHigh to very high
resistance to pests
Resistance to Globodera rostochiensis race 1High
High to very high
Variety information last modified on 25th of October, 2010