sweet potato vine

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Synonyms for sweet potato vine

pantropical vine widely cultivated in several varieties for its large sweet tuberous root with orange flesh

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Ensiled and dry cassava leaves, and sweet potato vines as a protein source in diets for growing Vietnamese Large White x Mong cai pigs.
Ileal and total tract apparent protein and amino acid digestibility of ensilage and dry cassava leaves and sweet potato vines in growing pigs.
At about the same time, you'll discover a large tuber growing in the soil - hence the name sweet potato vine - but it's not edible.
Flank a single 'Raspberry Ruffles' coleus (or other red-and-green-leafed variety) with two lime-gold coleus such as 'Golda' or a golden-green sweet potato vine (Ipomoea batatas 'Marguerite').
Lime green sweet potato vine, white-flowered bacopa, and small-leafed creeping Jenny (Lysimachia nummularia) spill over the urn's edges.
Will foliage be featured by drawing from the incredible selection of coleus, iresene, ivies and ferns or will you make use of the dwarf cannas, sweet potato vines, dahlias and fancy leaved caladium.
Sometimes Hawaiians made leis from seaweed, shells, ferns, or sweet potato vines.
In addition, the CP content in the DM of sweet potato vines (vines and leaves) ranges from 16 to 29% (Dung, 2001) and the protein has a reasonable amino acid (AA) pattern (Woolfe, 1992; Ishida et al.
TIP OF THE WEEK: For a hanging basket or container in filtered sun, consider a combination of two ornamental sweet potato vines.
There are several sweet potato vines for outdoors, sold in containers as vining plants, that are quite stunning.