Sensory quality and mineral and glycoalkaloid concentrations in organically and conventionally grown redskin potatoes ( Solanum tuberosum )

@inproceedings{Wszelaki2005SensoryQA,
  title={Sensory quality and mineral and glycoalkaloid concentrations in organically and conventionally grown redskin potatoes ( Solanum tuberosum )},
  author={Annette L Wszelaki and Jeannine F. Delwiche and Sonia D Walker and Rachel E. Liggett and Joseph C. Scheerens and Matthew D. Kleinhenz},
  year={2005}
}
Triangle tests were used to determine if panellists could distinguish (by tasting) cooked wedges of potatoes grown organically, either with (+) or without (−) compost, and conventionally. Mineral and glycoalkaloid analyses of tuber skin and flesh were also completed. When the skin remained on the potatoes, panellists detected differences between conventional potatoes and organic potatoes, regardless of soil treatment. However, they did not distinguish between organic treatments (± compost) when… CONTINUE READING

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