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  • Rebecca Van Sickle Fetzek

    Good Info on Growing Your Own Sweet Potatoes. To cure potatoes: starting on harvest day, keep sweet potatoes at 85 to 90 degrees for 5 days. The sweet potato will grow a second skin, which is an incredibly effective seal. After curing, you can leave a sweet potato on the counter for several months without noticeable moisture loss. also see

  • Garden The Easy Way

    how to grow sweet potatoes Gardening Tips & Lots Of Pictures also lots of Good Fresh Garden Recipes.

  • Kelly Schwisow-Nease

    Grow sweet potatoes. grow in summer.

  • Julie Solomon Howard

    Grow your own sweet potatoes | Outlaw Garden | This gardener grows sweet potatoes in containers -- perfect for Oregon, where I believe this morning glory relative is an invasive species.

  • Michelle Rover

    Planting sweet potatoes

  • Vanessa Lawson

    Grow Your Own Sweet Potatoes...OMG! My father would have been all over this! He loved growing potatoes! lol RIP Leslie M. Blake...aka "Daddy"

  • Sharon Thompson

    Grow Your Own Sweet Potatoes... Container garden idea!

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