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Washington State University Sweet Potato Research

Sweet Potatoes Can Be Grown in Pacific Northwest

Washington State University is conducting sweet potato trials to determine if tuber can be grown commercially in region.

Sweet potato trials have been going well at the Washington State University Mount Vernon Northwestern Washington Research & Extension Center. Although the sweet tubers are typically grown in warmer southern U.S. states, WSU scientists want to figure out if they can be grown commercially in Washington.


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