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 Can you plant a sweet potato?

Answer On One Hand: You May Plant a Sweet PotatoA sweet potato plant can be grown from a single sweet potato. First, sprout it in a jar of water, holding the top third of the sweet potato out of the jar ... Read More »
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Difference Between Sweet Potato Slips & Sweet Potato Plant?

The main difference between sweet potato slips and plants is timing. Sweet potatoes are propagated using sprouts --- or slips --- that grow out of existing sweet potatoes. When the slips are a few ... Read More »
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How many tubars are on a sweet potato plant?

Americans often confuse sweet potatoes and yams. Holiday yams are in fact sweet potatoes. A sweet potato plant will produce between four and 10 roots, or tubers, while a true yam will only produce ... Read More »
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How many chromosomes are in a sweet potato plant?

With the scientific name of "Ipomoea batatas," the sweet potato has a prehistoric root that has a sweet taste when eaten. The number of chromosomes in a sweet potato is 2n=90, which is known as "he... Read More »
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How many chromosomes does a sweet potato plant have?

Sweet potatoes have 90 chromosomes, which makes it a hexaploid plant. The plant itself does not usually make seeds, so farmers must use cuttings from the roots or stems to propagate it.References:U... Read More »
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