Panamera

PANAMERA

  • High yield
  • Broad adaptation
  • Suitable for second (autumn/winter) crop
  • Very low nitrogen requirement
  • Good resistance package

    Tuber Characteristics
    Cooking type: AB - Slightly firm
    Maturity:
    Late
    Yield mature:
    High
    Tuber size: Large
    Tuber shape:
    Oval
    Number of tubers:
    9-11
    Flesh after cooking: Light yellow
    Skin colour: Yellow
    Dormancy period: Long
    Emergence: Slow
    Metribuzin sensitivity: Little sensitive
    Foliage development: Strong
    Internal bruising: Quite sensitive
    Little Potato disorder: Little sensitive
    Dry matter content/Starch: 19,9% / 14%
    UWW / Specific gravity: 363 / 1,077
    Spraing Slightly susceptible
    Foliage Blight Slightly susceptible
    Tuber Blight Slightly susceptible
    Common scab Resistant
    Powdery scab Slightly susceptible
    PVY Very susceptible
    Yntn tuber tolerance Tolerant

    PCN Resistance
    Type
     Value
    Ro1
    1
    Ro2/3
    1
    Pa2
    1
    Pa3
    -

     
     Wart Disease
    Fysio
     Value
    F1 9
    F2 3
    F6 3
    F18
    1

    General production advice ware potatoes

    Pre-treatment and planting
    • Pre-sprouting helps to advance the growth.
    • PANAMERA can be grown on all soil types.
    • Avoid soils with too high risk of powdery scab.
    • Take care of a good volume ridge to prevent green tubers.
    • When used for autumn/winter crop a treatment against Rhizoctonia is advised.
    • When potatoes from spring crop are used as seed for autumn/winter crop, this seed should not be stored cold.
          Growing attention points
          • PANAMERA has a slow emergence but foliage develops strongly at a later stage.
          • PANAMERA has a good tolerance to metribuzin (Sencor).
          • Despite the good Phytophthora resistance, a regular preventive application is advised given the long growing season.
          • PANAMERA is susceptible to potato mop-top virus (PMTV) which is transferred by powdery scab.
            Haulm killing and harvest
            • In general, PANAMERA has a good stolone detachment and early skin set.
            • The skin should be fully set before harvest.
            • Tubers are big. Harvest and store with care to avoid damage and bruising.
            Storage
            • A crop harvested under good conditions can be cooled rapidly after first curing.
            • PANAMERA has a long dormancy and has good storability.
            • Take care of the wound healing period.
            • Don't store tubers too cold when they are used for second (autumn/winter) crop.