Sweet Potato Plants/Slips - Beauregard,Red-orange skin w/ moist,orange flesh
One of the top yielding sweet potatoes available
Light: Full sun
Vine type: Semi-running
Matures: 90 days
Plant spacing: 12 to 18 inches apart
Plant size: 3- to 6-foot vine
Developed at Louisiana State University in 1987, this variety may be the world’s most popular sweet potato. It is favored for high yields of uniform, reddish-purple potatoes with tasty, deep-orange flesh that keeps well in storage. It seems to have fewer problems with white grubs than some varieties and also resists cracking. Folks in Louisiana are proud of their sweet potatoes and after tasting this one, you’ll know why. Make sure that plants get plenty of sun to develop the maximum flavor and sweetness.
Resistant to fusarium wilt and soil rot, but not resistant to nematodes.
how to eat
Try them baked, boiled, fried, roasted or grilled.
Good source of fiber and provides potassium. Like most sweet potatoes, it has a low glycemic index, essential for weight watchers and diabetics. Some studies have discovered significant antibacterial and antifungal properties.
Using a small hand trowel, dig a hole about 4" or 5" deep and 3" wide. Place one slip in each hole with the roots pointing down. Position the slip so that the bottom half will be covered with dirt while the top half with all of the new leaves is above ground.
Carefully fill the hole with dirt so that you don't bruise the new plant. Sweet potatoes don't like to be bruised or bumped around too much. When you have completely covered it with soil, gently press the plant and surrounding dirt to set the plant and to remove any remaining air pockets. Continue the same way until all of your slips are planted.
14 days ago you fulfiled the order but ,I have not recieved them yet. My hopes for the slip is dim at this time.
Poor customer services.
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I emailed them about my order no response.
I have NOT revived my order yet and they want a review of the item.
All the slips were dead when I received them. I have sent you 3 emails.I sent the first email on the day I received the slips. I even included a picture, but I have not heard anything from you. I
I got 18 slip instead of 6! I planted them and see no signs of life yet. Some didn’t have leaves so I don’t think they will make !