VICTORIA

Yield : 99 % of Bintje.
Grading : Proportion of large tubers: very high.
Susceptibility to diseases :
Leaf blight : fairly susceptible.
Tuber blight : moderately susceptible.
Black wart : not attacked.
Common scab : fairly susceptible.
Virus X : susceptible.
Virus A : resistant.
Virus Y : moderately susceptible.
Leaf roll : fairly susceptible.
Nematode RO 1-4 : resistant.
Internal tuber defects : Very slightly susceptible to rust spots and hollow heart, moderately susceptible to black spots.
Susceptibility to desprouting : Slightly susceptible.
Susceptibility to bruising : Rather slightly susceptible.
Dormancy period : Medium.
Culinary quality : Table-use groups B-BC, very slight blackening after cooking, very good fry colour.
Dry matter content : Medium.
Keeping quality : Good.

Morphological characteristics

Plant - medium to tall and stem type foliage structure; stems upright and weak anthocyanin colouration; large to very large, medium to dark green leaves and intermediate silhouette; medium to high frequency of flowers, none or very weak anthocyanin colouration inner side flower corolla.
Tubers - long-oval; yellow, rough skin; fairly yellow flesh; shallow eyes.
Sprouts - medium, ovoid, medium to strong intensity of anthocyanin colouration and medium to strong pubescence of base; small to medium terminal bud with weak anthocyanin colouration of tip; few to medium root tips.