The Dakota Pearl has a smooth, white skin and a white flesh. It has medium-sized round tubers with shallow eyes. Although originally intended for potato chip processing because it has excellent chipping qualities, the Dakota Pearl has also become a very popular fresh variety in the “round white” market.
It is an early maturing variety which produces a high number of tubers. It has a high dry matter content and its cooking type is floury. (The Dakota Pearl was developed at North Dakota State University, not by Agrico or its breeders.)
|Uniform of Shape||Uniform|
|Dry matter text||High|
|Resistance to Damage||Good Resistance|
|Resistance to Bruising||Good Resistance|
|Secondary Growth||Not Susceptible|
|Common Scab||Good Resistance|
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Very good resistance to blackspot bruising.