While India was the third-largest producer of potatoes in the world, less than 1 percent were process grade. To qualify for french fry production, a potato must have high solids, low sugars, large, oblong shape, disease resistance and a long dormancy. Ideally, a french fry potato needs a growing season of 120 to 150 days, long daylight when photosynthesis takes place, and cool nights, when potato bulking takes place. Sandy-loam soil is ideal, and the potatoes grow better with controlled.
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