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Potatoes of the Luck variety are one of the first to appear on the market every year. Its tubers look attractive and the thin rind allows you to cook with a minimum of waste.
This variety was obtained by Russian breeders as a result of many years of efforts and it is not in vain that it has won recognition and is popular with both farmers and consumers.
Luck is a potato immune to many diseases and pests. It has excellent storage properties, withstands low temperatures. And, most importantly, this is one of the most delicious varieties of potatoes. In this article you will find a description of the variety, get acquainted with its features and characteristics.
Description of the variety
|general characteristics||early maturing table variety of Russian selection, adapted to different types of soil|
|Ripening period||65-80 days|
|Mass of marketable tubers||100-150 gr|
|The number of tubers in the bush||10-15|
|Yield||up to 430 c / ha|
|Consumer qualities||good taste|
|Preferred growing regions||Central, North-West, Srednevolzhsky, Volgo-Vyatsky, Far East, Central Black Earth|
|Disease resistance||susceptible to late blight, golden potato nematode, Alternaria|
|Growing features||resistant to waterlogging and drought|
|Originator||GNU All-Russian Research Institute of Potato Farming named after V.I. A. G. Lorkha (Russia)|
Thin skin of light cream, beige or yellowish color. The tubers are smooth to the touch. The eyes are small, clearly visible on a light skin. They can be dark brown, grayish or reddish in color.
Color - The light beige color of the tubers may become slightly more intense to light brown. Shape - tubers are round or round-oval, mostly not too elongated. The absence of noticeable irregularities allows you to peel these potatoes quickly and almost without waste.
Starch content - on average, the starch content is from 12% to 14% of the total weight of tubers. The pulp of raw, freshly cut white potatoes. When boiling potatoes, Luck turns yellowish.
The starch content of other varieties of potatoes is shown in the table below:
|Variety name||Starch content|
Tuber mass or size - relatively large potato tubers Luck, however, are rarely gigantic. An average tuber weighs in the range of 120 to 250 g, but smaller tubers are also in demand.
The shrub is of medium height, but very dense, often covered with leaves. The flowers are snow-white. Their petals are noticeably bent. Leaves of intense dark green color, matte.
Luck is one of the varieties adapted to a wide variety of soils and several climatic zones.
In Russia, the best harvests are taken in the Middle Volga, Central Black Earth and Far Eastern regions. However, the rest of the harvest is not much worse. Potatoes Luck is widely cultivated throughout Russia and in the countries of the ex-USSR: Ukraine, Moldova, and other states.
The harvest depends quite strongly on the climate and favorable weather, to a lesser extent on the soil. We can say that with proper care, each potato bush Luck will give at least one kilogram of tubers. Potato Luck consistently gives high yields.
You can compare the yield of Good luck with other varieties of potatoes in the table below:
|Variety name||Productivity (kg / ha)|
|Minerva||up to 430|
|Granada||up to 600|
|Sorcerer||up to 400|
|Lasunok||up to 620|
|Zhuravinka||up to 640|
|Blue||up to 500|
|Ryabinushka||up to 400|
The good taste of this variety has been repeatedly confirmed by experts at various levels.
Often potatoes planted in May are already harvesting at the end of June. It is believed that the timing of the ripening of potatoes Luck is 60 days from the emergence of shoots. Young potatoes are tried already starting from the 45th day. It has a very tender pulp.
Sufficiently crumbly flesh of potatoes Luck allows you to cook excellent mashed potatoes from it. Fried potatoes keep their shape well, always look appetizing and very tasty.
An important property of this variety: with mechanical damage, the pulp of the tuber does not change its color. A focus of future damage is not formed. Drought tolerant. Potatoes Luck feels good and gives high yields both on dense and sandy soils.
When planting, you should pay attention to what plants grew here last season. The best predecessors of potatoes for dense soils: perennial grasses, legumes, winter crops. If lupines have grown on sandy soil, this will be ideal.
To such diseases as viral or rhizoctonia, the potato variety Luck is unusually resistant. Resistance to late blight is considered relative.
It exhibits moderately high resistance to the next series of diseases.:
- wrinkled mosaic;
- wet rot;
- common scab.
Potato Luck is excellent in winter storage, frost-resistant and is one of the universally loved varieties.
We also invite you to get acquainted with other varieties that have a wide variety of ripening periods:
|Superearly||Early ripe||Medium early|