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G73-73 Sweet Potatoes (Revised June 1992)
Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension
  • R.E. Neild, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
  • Laurie Hodges, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Date of this Version
1-1-1973
Comments
© 1973, The Board of Regents of the University of Nebraska on behalf of the University of Nebraska–Lincoln Extension. All rights reserved.
Abstract
Varieties, requirements and culture, harvesting and storage of sweet potatoes. The sweet potato, a member of the morning glory plant family, is native to tropical America. It is an important food plant in warmer regions of the world and is adapted to southeastern Nebraska. Sweet potatoes may be boiled, baked, fried, or candied. They have high food value. Varieties with deeply yellow colored roots are a good source of vitamin A.
Citation Information
R.E. Neild and Laurie Hodges. "G73-73 Sweet Potatoes (Revised June 1992)" (1973)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/laurie_hodges/58/