Are sweet potatoes invasive?
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Then, is sweet potato vine invasive?
The common name for this invasive plant is the air potato or air potato vine. It is from these bulbils that the plants so readily spread. In the fall, as the vine dies back, the bulbils drop to the ground, where they sprout new vines in spring.
Additionally, how many sweet potatoes do you get from one plant? One sweet potato should yield about 12 plants.
Besides, can I grow sweet potatoes from a sweet potato?
Sweet potatoes aren't started by seed like most other vegetables, they're started from slips. Slips are shoots that are grown from a mature sweet potato. Each sweet potato can produce up to 50 slip sprouts. To create sprouts, carefully wash your potatoes and cut them either in half or in large sections.
What family is the sweet potato in?