I’ve interplanted a bed of cassava and sweet potatoes – we shall see how they do. Sometimes the cassava grow too densely and shade out their vining companions. I am interested to see if the cassava will make good roots in 6 months now that we’re in a frost-free climate. Up in North Florida, cassava usually takes more like 18 months to make decent roots, thanks to cooler weather and winter frosts which completely end all growth.
I should have internet by the middle of next week. Will post photos then.