Ute

Higher Taxon Solanaceae
Genus Solanum L.
Species Solanum tuberosum L. cv. Ute
Breeder Agent
administration
Data sourceCPVPA
CZEHBROD
DEU416
NEIKER
POL IPR BON
VRI RUSSIA
Plant material maintained asTuber
In-vitro
Plant health directive EC77/93, requirementsPart tested
Untested
Country of originGERMANY
Sample statusAdvanced cultivar
Test conditionsNon organic
plant characteristics
MaturityEarly to intermediate
Foliage coverModerate to good
Flower colourWhite
Flower frequencyFrequent
Pollen fertilitySterile
tuber characteristics
Tuber skin colourWhite to yellow
Primary tuber flesh colourYellow
Tuber shapeOval
Tuber eye depthMedium
Tuber skin textureSmooth to intermediate
tubering characteristics
Yield potentialMedium
Tubers per plantMany
Tuber sizeMedium
Tuber shape uniformityVariable
Secondary growthLow to medium
Growth crackingHigh
Hollow heart tendencyLow
Internal rust spotInfrequent
Resistance to external damageResistant
Dormancy periodLong to very long
utilisation characteristics
Cooking type / 411 Cooked textureFairly firm (multi-purpose type)
Enzymic browningLittle to some
French fry suitabilityPoor to moderate
Dry matter contentMedium
Starch contentMedium to high
High
resistance to fungal diseases
Resistance to late blight on tubersLow
Resistance to late blight on foliageHigh
Resistance to stem canker (Rhizoctonia solani)High
Wart (Synchytrium endobioticum)Susceptible
resistance to bacterial diseases
Resistance to common scab (Streptomyces scabies)Medium
Resistance to blackleg (Erwinia spp.)High
resistance to virus diseases
Resistance to potato virus AVery high
Resistance to potato virus Y (strain not specified)Very high
Resistance to potato leaf roll virusHigh to very high
resistance to pests
Resistance to Globodera rostochiensis race 1High
Very high
Resistance to Globodera rostochiensis race 2Very high
Resistance to Globodera rostochiensis race 3High
Very high
Resistance to Globodera rostochiensis race 5High
Very high
environmental stress factors
Frost resistanceLow
Variety information last modified on 21st of October, 2010