Potatoes are a staple in the diet of many people in India. In fact, India is the world's second-largest producer of potatoes. There are two types of potatoes grown in India: the popular white potato and the lesser-known purple potato. The white potato is most often eaten as a side dish or added to a dish to make it more filling. The purple potato is a type of sweet potato and is usually used in desserts. Potato exporters in India export both kinds of potatoes all over the world

Potatoes are the most consumed vegetable in the world. They are grown in more than 120 countries and provide sustenance to one-third of the world's population. India is the world's largest producer of potatoes, exporting nearly 8 million tons annually. The average Indian consumes more than 100 pounds of potatoes per year. India's annual potato production is about 25 million tons. Globification Experts are leading potato exports from India exporting potatoes to several countries.

In India, the potato is a staple crop for many farmers and they grow them in different ways. For example, some farmers grow potatoes in irrigated areas and others grow them in dryland areas. This depends on the type of soil and the climate in that area. Potato exporters from India export these to countries around the world, and they do so in many different forms. For example, they export fresh potatoes to Pakistan and they export processed potatoes to the UK. They also export potatoes to Nepal, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka.

Globification Experts as potato exporters from India are well-known for their superb quality and affordable prices. In addition, they can provide a wide variety of potatoes that are all guaranteed to be fresh and taste delicious. These potatoes are also available in a wide range of sizes, from medium to large. The exporters from India are very responsive to customer needs and requests, and they are always happy to offer a sample of their products before a customer commits to a purchase.

Type of Potato Globification Experts Potato exporters from India Export
Kufri Pukhraj

Plant: Plants tall, semi-erect, medium compact and vigorous. Stems few, medium-thick, green with moderately developed straight wings

Foliage: Dark grey-green. Leaves closed with large sized folicles, rachis green. Leaflets ovate to lanceolate, smooth glossy surface with entire margin.

Flowers: White, moderate flowering. Anthers orange-yellow, well developed, high pollen stainability. Stigma round.

Tubers: White, large, oval, slightly tapered, smooth skin, fleet eyes, yellow flesh.

Sprouts: Blue-purple.

Adaptability: Parts of Bihar, Gujarat, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Orissa, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh & West Bengal.

Maturity: Early (70-90 days) Yield potential: 40 t/ha Dormancy: Medium ( 6-8 weeks )

Diseases: Resistant to early blight and moderately resistant to late blight.

Dry matter: Medium.

Kufri Pukhraj potatoes are medium to large in size and are oval to oblong with a slightly lumpy shape. It is light brown to gold skin is smooth and is known for its wax-like texture. When cooked, Kufri Pukhraj potatoes have a tender texture and a mild and earthy flavour

Globification Experts potato exporters in India exports huge varieties of Kufri Pukhraj every year globally.

Kufri jyoti

Plant: Plants tall, erect, compact and vigorous. Stems few, thick, coloured in patches with moderately developed straight wings

Foliage: Grey-green. Leaves intermediate, rachis green. Leaflets ovate, smooth glossy with entire margin, terminal leaflet fused.

Flowers: White. Profuse flowering.. Anthers orange-yellow, well developed, high pollen stainability. Stigma around and slightly notched.

Tubers: White, large, oval, smooth skin, fleet eyes, white flesh. Tendency to crack.

Adaptability: North and south Indian hills, parts of Bihar, Gujarat, Karnataka,Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal.

Maturity: Hills medium-early (110-130 days ); Plains medium ( 90-100 days)

Yield potential: Hills- 20 t/ha; Plains- 30 t/ha

Dormancy: Medium ( 6-8 weeks )

Diseases: Moderately resistant to late and early blight. Resistant to wart. Slow rate of degeneration.

Dry matter: Medium

Sprouts: Blue-purple.

Potato exporters in India like Globification Experts export huge quantities of Kufri Jyoti through dedicated logistics partners.

Kufri sindhuri

The variety of potatoes is mainly grown in Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Bihar, Gujrat, Maharashtra, Karnataka & Jammu Kashmir.

This variety is suitable for processing. This variety is moderately resistant to early blight disease and can tolerate Potato Leaf Roll Virus.

It is one of the most dominant varieties under commercial culture in the country. It is grown extensively in the States of West Bengal, Bihar, Orissa, Uttar Pradesh and, to an appreciable extent, Madhya Pradesh, Punjab and Jammu district of Jammu and Kashmir State. This variety, together with its clonal selection Kufri Red, covers well over 50 per cent. of the area under potato cultivation in the plains.