A breeding method for accelerated development of cold chipping clones in potato View Full Text


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DATE

1995-02

AUTHORS

Christian A. Thill, Stanley J. Peloquin

ABSTRACT

The development of potato cultivars having acceptable chipping quality after cold storage is important because it reduces costs to growers while ensuring continuity of supply to processors throughout the year. Over 5100 single-hill progenies were planted to select for cold chippers. A breeding procedure for selecting and evaluating these progenies for cold chipping ability was used, and 38 desirable genotypes were identified. These selections were increased in the second clonal generation and evaluated for yield, specific gravity, and seven chipping treatments of varying storage duration/temperature/reconditioning duration and were compared to standard chipping cultivars Atlantic, Monona, Norchip, and Snowden. Twenty-two selections yielded ≥ Norchip the highest yielding cultivar, while 15 selections had a specific gravity ≥ Atlantic, the highest specific gravity cultivar. Snowden was the best chipping cultivar overall and some selections were not significantly different than Snowden. Overall, nine selections combined high yield and specific gravity with the ability to produce attractive chips from 4° C. Single-hill selection for cold chipping could potentially save four years in the breeding process by the identification of good parents, the recycling of good parental cross combinations, and the evaluation of progeny for chipping earlier in the breeding program. More... »

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73-80

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