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soil
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you can grow them in big pots too, i only have enough space for a small area of in ground SP, also as a caution to gophers ill be planting some in half wine barrels and other big pots along with regular potatoes. you don't get really long deep fat tubers but youll be surprised how big they can get in there.
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this is the one we grew, roughly the size of a child's head and weighing in at 1870gms! :lol:

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It's the white variety of sweet potato. I was making sweet potato wedges, pasta with sweet potato, sweet potato soup with carrot and chickpeas for 3 days straight...
A fledgling gardener's attempt to grow food in the northern tropics of Australia:
https://troppofoodgarden.blogspot.com

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