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  • This is my first year growing Purple yams (Dioscorea Alata) in Southern California. I’m testing a few different ways; tubs, chain link fence and row cropping.
    Row cropping is the most awesome and I’ve been waiting for this video to see how yours are doing.
    It’s going to sound weird to people that haven’t grown them, but these plants apear to be social.
    The ones touching each other have the most vine growth. Hopefully that will transfer to the tubers. Thanks for sharing the row cropping method. Now that I have them going this will be my primary method moving forward.

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