Monona: A new variety of potato, distinctive for excellent chip color after numerous storage treatments
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- Stevenson, F.J., Akeley, R.V., Newton, G. et al. American Potato Journal (1965) 42: 253. doi:10.1007/BF02861153
Monona is a new medium-early variety of potato, distinctive for the excellent color of its chips after numerous storage treatments, and possesses resistance to mild and rugose mosaic diseases. It was produced from a cross of a selection from Katahdin, selfed with a selection of Chippewa selfed.