Lenape: A new potato variety high in solids and chipping quality
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The name Lenape is derived from Lenni-Lenape, a well-known Algonquin tribe of the Delaware Indians.
Authorized for publication on January 9, 1968, as paper no. 3352 in the journal series of the Pennsylvania Agricultural Experiment Station, and paper no. 403 of the Department of Plant Pathology.
- Lenape: A new potato variety high in solids and chipping quality
American Potato Journal
Volume 45, Issue 4 , pp 142-145
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- 1. Crops Research Division, Agricultural Research Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Beltsville, Maryland
- 2. Department of Plant Pathology, Penn. State University, University Park, Pennsylvania
- 3. Campbell Institute for Agricultural Research, Riverton, New Jersey
- 4. Wise Potato Chip Company, Berwick, Pennsylvania