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  • Lee Slichter

    Multiply your store bought sweet potatoes - place 1 sweet potatoes in a bucket of moist soil. As slips (shouts) appear, pull out place them six at a time into 20 gallon buckets. Wait 4 months, dump bucket, get 3 to 4 gallons of organic homegrown sweet potatoes per bucket. Sweet Potata' Fries--here I come!

  • Teri Modisette (Indy Ink)

    "Multiply store bought sweet potatoes - place a sweet potato in a bucket of moist soil. As slips (shoots) appear, pull out. Place them six at a time into 20 gallon buckets. Wait 4 months, dump bucket, get 3 to 4 gallons of organic homegrown sweet potatoes per bucket." Wonder if this works. #garden #veggies #plant

  • Asha Diana Denman

    multiply store bought sweet potatoes - place 1 sweet potato in a bucket of moist soil. As slips (shouts) appear, pull out place them six at a time into 20 gallon buckets. Wait 4 months, dump bucket, get 3 to 4 gallons of organic homegrown sweet potatoes per bucket. --->I couldn't find the website this came from so I added a link that provides general info on growing Sweet Potatoes.

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