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Growing Yam/Oka, also Oca

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02 Jul 14 Christine de Koning (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
Hello, I would like to know I have planted my yams few months ago and planted them in a pot.will they grow ok. I was thinking of transferring them into the garden.will they still grow ok. They have some leaves growing on the plant and cought the chocks eating the leaves. Will they grow back. Regards Christine
05 Jul 14 John Studte (Australia - temperate climate)
Hi Christine.Yes you can transplant them.They are very hardy and it takes a lot to hurt them.They will grow in pots quite ok also.John. [email protected]
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