Queen Anne

Queen Anne

Queen Anne is a very homogeneous table variety with cooking type B and a bright skin. A goal is its very high percentage of marketable yield (35/60). Despite maturity class early, it has a good storability. Queen Anne shows very good resistances against PVY, PVYntn, rhizoctonia, bruising, common scab, internal rust spot, silver scurf and alternaria. Resistant against PCN Ro1, Ro4 and potato wart disease race 1.


Maturity Early
Plant type Stem type
Growth habit Semi-upright
Color of flower White
Foliage development Rapid
Number of tubers High
Dormancy High

Tuber characteristics

Tuber shape Long oval
Flesh color Yellow
Eye depth Very shallow
Skin color Yellow
Skin characteristic Smooth


Nematodes Ro 1, Ro 4
Potato wart disease Race 1
Leaf blight Medium, High
Tuber blight High
Rhizoctonia High
Black leg High, Very high
Common scab High
Internal rust spot High
Silver scurf High, Very high
Damages High
Bruising Very high
PVY Very high
PVY ntn Very high
PLRV Very high

Yield and Quality

Market outlet Ware, Pre-packing
Yield Very high
Share undersize Very low, Low
Cooking type Fairly firm cooking
After cooking discoloration Low
Discoloration raw Low
Dry matter content Low, Medium