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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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Sweet Potato Baked Potato Or Boiled Potato Which from this list do you like better?

Whether baked potato or sweet potato is too close to call..and boiled isn't bad, either.
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Can I grow potato plants from sprouted potatoes?

Yes, you can grow potato plants from sprouted potatoes. Cut the sprouted potatoes into chunks, leaving at least one eye per chunk. Allow the cut potatoes to dry for a day or two then plant the pota... Read More »
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How many potatoes grow from one seed potato?

Seed potatoes are small potatoes that are left untreated. The exact number of plants from a given seed potato can vary from one to 10, depending on the number of eyes. Each plant can produce up to ... 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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