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 Can i grow yams from a potato?

Answer It is not possible to grow yams from a potato, because potatoes and yams are two different vegetables. In the United States, the vegetable we often call yams are actually sweet potatoes. Sweet pota... Read More »
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How to Grow Yams in Water?

While the terms "yam" and "sweet potato" are interchangeable in the United States, they both refer to the sweet, orange-fleshed potato of the Convolvulaceae family. Sweet potatoes are grown in the ... Read More »
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How to Grow Yams in the Classroom?

Yams are a root vegetable that comes in a variety of colors, such as white, purple and yellow. Yams are often confused with sweet potatoes, which are orange and sweeter than yams. In the United Sta... Read More »
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Do yams grow in Texas?

According to Michigan State University's plant encyclopedia, yams, also known as sweet potatoes, can survive in USDA hardiness zones 9 through 12. This area covers approximately one third of south... Read More »
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Can potato roots grow without the potato attached">?

Hi,potatoes are stems in a way,that,s why they go green if left outside,but the root that you infer may well not do much good, if at all.I would plant some seed potatoes from a reputable shop-after... Read More »
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