Growing Yam/Oka, also Oca

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05 Jun 17 pati (USA - Zone 5a climate)
will these grow in Michigan
09 Jun 17 John (Australia - temperate climate)
Yams/oka need about 5 months to grow before harvesting. They can be planted when the soil reaches about 17 degrees C (a bit over 60 degrees). if you can fit these requirements you should be right. Harvest them after the leaves have started to die down to give them the most opportunity to make size.
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