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Old December 26, 2013   #1
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Default Resistant potatoes to Late Blight( phytophthora infestans)

Since 2010, I have varieties of resistant potatoes wiith flowers and have berries) containing seeds.

Now I have seeds collected on resistant varieties:

Sarpo Mira

http://tomatoville.com/attachment.ph...1&d=1388047070


(Sarpo) Axona

http://tomatoville.com/attachment.ph...1&d=1388047099

Sarpo Una

Frieslander

http://tomatoville.com/attachment.ph...1&d=1388047123


A crossing realized in 2010 by a Belgian:Sarpo Mira x Vitelotte Grande


Gold Thumbs(Tom Wagner)



From TPS of Sarpo Mira, I obtained potatoes with colors of different skin and different flesh:

Pink skin and white flesh
Red skin and pink flesh
Purple skin and purple flesh

http://tomatoville.com/attachment.ph...1&d=1388047158

Yellow skin and white flesh

http://tomatoville.com/attachment.ph...1&d=1388047188

Purple Skin and white flesh

http://tomatoville.com/attachment.ph...1&d=1388047217

Black skin and blue flesh

http://tomatoville.com/attachment.ph...1&d=1388047252

Orange skin and yellow flesh

All these potatoes resist to the late blight and become very big (1 m 80)

From TPS (Sarpo) Axona, I obtained

Pink skin and white flesh

Red skin and red flesh

http://tomatoville.com/attachment.ph...1&d=1388047324

http://tomatoville.com/attachment.ph...1&d=1388047339

Black skin and blue flesh

From TPS sarpo una ,I obtained only potatoes looking like the sarpo una of origin.



I was amazed at the resistance of a Dutch potato ( Frieslander) which resisted to the late blight in 2012 (which (destroyed 50 % of my varieties of potatoes).

In 2013, Frieslander was very prolific, decorated with flowers well and in given many berries.

The gold thumbs of Tom Wagner's TPS gave me in 2012 of potatoes with purple skin very resistant.

http://tomatoville.com/attachment.ph...1&d=1388048322

http://tomatoville.com/attachment.ph...1&d=1388048337



The crossing Sarpo mira x vitelotte grande is very resistant to late blight and I had

Red skin and pink flesh

http://tomatoville.com/attachment.ph...1&d=1388047519


http://tomatoville.com/attachment.ph...1&d=1388047560

http://tomatoville.com/attachment.ph...1&d=1388047544


Pink skin and white flesh
Red skin and white flesh photo 16
Black skin and white and blue flesh

http://tomatoville.com/attachment.ph...1&d=1388047589

Black slin and white and pink flesh

http://tomatoville.com/attachment.ph...1&d=1388047603


Purple skin and white flesh


http://tomatoville.com/attachment.ph...1&d=1388047613


I have a few TPS for test if you send a PM.

A batch have 5 TPS and you can have a batch of each variety.

Each variety have one name of a greek letter and number (the ligne and his position in the ligne) or the year of the collect of berries

R:very resist to late blight
r:resist to the late blight

Each TPS can give very much different colors of the skin and the flesh.


I have:



4 batchs of 5 TPS Sarpo Mira alpha de 2011 R

20 batchs of 5 TPS Sarpo Mira Théda2105 R
4 batchs of 5 TPS sarpo Mira Purple skin Pi2905 R

12 batchs of 5 TPS Axona black skin theda 1407 r
3 batchs of 5 TPS Axona black skin theda 1408 r
5 batchs of 5 TPS Axona black skin zeta 0604 r

2 batchs of 5 TPS Sarpo Una Lambda 02
2 batchs of 5 TPS Sarpo Una Lambda 04

2 batchs of 5 TPS SMVG 2011R
2 batchs of 5 TPS SMVG black skin 2012 101R
3 batchs of 5 TPS SMVG pink flesh 2012 315R
4 batchs of 5 TPS SMVG 2013 1904 r
1 batch of 5 TPS SMVG pink flesh 2013 1102R
4 batchs of 5 TPS SMVG pink flesh 2013 1104R
1 batch of 5 TPS SMVG pink flesh 2013 1106R
12 batchs of 5 TPS SMVG pink 20 flesh 13 1107R



4 batchs of 5 TPS Frieslander theda 1405 R
2 batchs of 5 TPS Frieslander theda 1401 R
15 batchs of 5 TPS Frieslander theda 1402 R
4 batchs of 5 TPS Frieslander theda 1403 R
14 batchs of 5 TPS Frieslander theda 1404 R
Attached Images
File Type: jpg 1 sarpo mira.jpg (86.1 KB, 197 views)
File Type: jpg Axona 2 récolte.JPG (70.1 KB, 192 views)
File Type: jpg Frieslander ensemble.jpg (103.5 KB, 190 views)
File Type: jpg 2 SM chair violette.jpg (105.7 KB, 202 views)
File Type: jpg 3 SM peau jaune.jpg (70.6 KB, 193 views)
File Type: jpg 4SM peau violette.jpg (118.0 KB, 194 views)
File Type: jpg 5 SM noire.jpg (56.5 KB, 193 views)
File Type: jpg Sarpo Axona A peau rouge.jpg (69.7 KB, 199 views)
File Type: jpg Sarpo Axona A peau rouge chair.jpg (26.2 KB, 197 views)
File Type: jpg 10 fleur sarpo axona noire.jpg (58.5 KB, 177 views)
File Type: jpg Sarpo axona peau noire ensemble.jpg (123.4 KB, 174 views)
File Type: jpg 5 chair rose 2012.JPG (69.3 KB, 194 views)
File Type: jpg 15 fleur peau rouge chair rose 1907.JPG (39.8 KB, 191 views)
File Type: jpg 10 bis chair rouge 2610.JPG (27.6 KB, 193 views)
File Type: jpg 10 peau rouge chair rose 1907.JPG (51.6 KB, 169 views)
File Type: jpg 12 noire chair big 4404.JPG (78.7 KB, 193 views)
File Type: jpg 13 noir et blanche 5001.JPG (35.5 KB, 187 views)
File Type: jpg 14 violine 5007.JPG (60.9 KB, 187 views)
File Type: jpg Gold Thumbs eta0612.JPG (75.5 KB, 185 views)
File Type: jpg Gold Thumbs fleurs.JPG (53.3 KB, 182 views)

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Old December 26, 2013   #2
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Ambiorix,
I believe you are also aware that lower soil pH will inhibit diseases in potatoes (?)
http://www.clemson.edu/extension/hgi.../hgic1317.html
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Old December 26, 2013   #3
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Those are some awesome looking spuds!
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Old January 18, 2014   #4
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Potatoes resisting to late blight interest nobody?

These varieties produce seeds during 3 months

Cela n'intéresse personne des pommes de terre qui résistent au mildiou et produisent des pommes de terre de toutes les couleurs de peau et de chair?

Elles grandissent sans arrêt et sans maladie pendant 120 jours.

Elles ont au moins 10 tiges et les plants mesurent 1m 80 de haut.

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Old January 18, 2014   #5
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I have interest in any potato that has natural resistance to disease. I've been lucky to not get late blight. I do have more scab and wireworm damage in older clones so I will grow TPS this year again.
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Old January 18, 2014   #6
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I have interest as well. Especially late blight. That's been my #1 problem 2 of the last 3 years. Just sent you a pm.
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Your offsprings look great! Do you think the Sarpo varieties has genes for colored flesh which expressed themselves trough self pollination or might it have come from crossing by bee? I hope my Sarpo Mira this year will produce some berries as interesting as yours, they will be growing with Red Emmalie, Salad blue, Highland burgundy red and a whole bunch of my op tps plants from some Swedish white/yellow fleshed - red an white skinned parents.
There's no wind borne blight where I live, but I guess it's just a matter of time so I'm in the works with backyard breeding some hopefully hardy ones.
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I think the color in his crosses most likely comes from the pollen donors. Vitellotte Grande is one such potato, which is a purple fingerling, purple inside and out.

It is possible the Sarpo varieties do have colored ancestors. I have not grown out TPS from any Sarpo's to see.
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Old May 22, 2015   #9
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I think you are right NathanP, SMVG looks like the ones with colored flesh.
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Old May 31, 2015   #10
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Does anyone know where I can buy Sarpo Mira seed potatoes in the USA? Or a place that will ship them to the USA?

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There currently do not appear to be many places in the US where they are available commercially. Shipping from out of the US would involve quarantining them and a phytosanitary permit ... not a timely option.

I would try contacting Curzio from the Kenosha Potato Project. He sometime sells through the Seed Saver Exchange as well. I don't know if he has any left at this point, but it is a variety he grows. He has at least two other Sarpo potatoes as well.


I will leave that email link there for now. I don't feel comfortable leaving it permanently, so let me know when you have it so I can remove it.

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There currently do not appear to be many places in the US where they are available commercially. Shipping from out of the US would involve quarantining them and a phytosanitary permit ... not a timely option.

I would try contacting Curzio from the Kenosha Potato Project. He sometime sells through the Seed Saver Exchange as well. I don't know if he has any left at this point, but it is a variety he grows. He has at least two other Sarpo potatoes as well.

seedsaver AT curzio dot c o m

I will leave that email link there for now. I don't feel comfortable leaving it permanently, so let me know when you have it so I can remove it.
Thanks for the Info NathanP I will contact him later in the season and see what he has available...

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I can send TPS Sarpo Mira end 2015.
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I can send TPS Sarpo Mira end 2015.
That would be great... Maybe we can work at trade or something...
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Old June 8, 2015   #15
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I am an amateur passionate about potatoes and tomatoes for 40 years.

I do not ask for any money for my seeds just a report of the cultures of my TPS with photos.

I ask for some seeds of resistant tomatoes the phytophtora infestans very difficult to find in Europe.

How many seeds do you want to receive?
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