Agata first early, rather firm cooking ware variety with an attractive smooth skin and a high yield.

  • Uniform tuber shape and size
  • Good virus resistances
  • Good tolerance against bruising and damage

Tuber Characteristics

  • Skin Colour Yellow
  • Flesh ColourLight Yellow
  • Tuber ShapeOval
  • Tuber SizeQuite Large
  • Dry Matter Content%17,6
  • Cooking Type Rather Firm / AB

Plant Characteristics

  • Maturity First Early
  • Foliage Initial DevelopmentFast
  • Flower ColourWhite


  • Golden Nematode Ro ¼Resistant
  • Common ScabSusceptible
  • Virus – YnMinimum Susceptible
  • Virus – YntnMinimum To Not Susceptible
  • Powdery ScabMinimum Susceptible
  • Late Blight-TuberMinimum Susceptible
  • Late Blight-FoliageSusceptible
  • SpraingMinimum Susceptible
  • FusariumSusceptible
  • Wart Disease F1Resistant

Harvest and Dormancy

Harvest: Two weeks after accurate haulm killing is usually sufficient, as Agata is not sensitive to harvest damage and black spot.
Agata has an short dormancy, but is suitable for long term storage under refrigerated storing conditions by 3°C or 4°C

Growing Recommendations

  • It is preferred to grow in good soil,
  • Planting depth should be compared to normal local standards.
  • Planting distance should be 3,800 bt / for plant density of 35/55 mm depending on plant density.
  • Within 3-4 days before planting; it is recommended to encourage sprouting.