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Sweetpotato propagation and transplanting studies

James H. Beattie

Sweetpotato propagation and transplanting studies

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Propagation,
  • Sweet potatoes,
  • Spacing,
  • Transplanting

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby J.H. Beattie, Victor R. Boswell, and J.D. McCown [e.g. J.M. McCown]
    SeriesCircular / United States Department of Agriculture -- no. 502, Circular (United States. Dept. of Agriculture) -- no. 502.
    ContributionsBoswell, Victor R. (Victor Rickman), 1900-, McCown, J. M. (John McDowell), 1884-
    The Physical Object
    Pagination16 p. ;
    Number of Pages16
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25516818M
    OCLC/WorldCa16902776

    The Sweetpotato Breeding and Genetics Program at North Carolina State University is one of the oldest sweetpotato breeding programs in the US. North Carolina is the leading supplier of sweetpotatoes in the nation producing ca. thousand tons of sweetpotatoes per year, or roughly 30% of the nationals supply, which is worth an estimated US$


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Sweetpotato propagation and transplanting studies by James H. Beattie Download PDF EPUB FB2

Sweet potato cultivars (adapted from F.W. Martin’s “Effect of age of planting material on-yields of sweet potato from cuttings”, Tropical Root and Tuber Crops Newsletter).

Age of Cultivars (Varieties) cutting Means (months) Gem Miguela Chipper Bonara for ages Tuber Weight Per Plant (kg) 2 a1 ab a a aFile Size: KB. STUDIES ON PROPAGATION MATERIALS AND GROWING CONDITIONS FOR SWEETPOTATO [IPOMOEA BATATAS (L.) LAM] PRODUCTION LAWRENCE LIONEL ATU A thesis submitted for the degree of Master of Philosophy at The University of Queensland in School of Agriculture and Food SciencesAuthor: Lawrence Lionel Atu.

Studies on propagation materials and growing conditions for sweetpotato [Ipomoea Batatas (L.) Lam] production.

The sweetpotato is very high in nutritive value, and merits wider use on this account alone. The book has 2 parts. A general one giving up-to-date information on the history, botany, cultivars, genetic engineering, propagation, diseases and pests, nutritional data and marketing; and a second part presenting data on sweetpotato growing practices.

Evaluation of sources of propagating-material for sweet-potato pro- duction. Scientia Hortic., The yield and variability of sweet-potato cultivars (Ipomoea batatas L.) propagated from high-yielding plants (clonal) was compared with those of random field by: 5.

sweet potato roots for the production of slips (vine cuttings) is a key step in profitable sweet potato production. Remem-ber, poor-quality seed roots will not produce the quality slips needed for the establishment and production of high-yielding sweet potato. are released.

Each of these sweet potato varieties has certain advantages and disadvantages. Before selecting a variety, find out how it performs in your area and its acceptance by potential buyers.

Louisiana State University released Beauregard in It has rose-colored skin and orange flesh. Under good growing conditions, Beauregard is a. growing and selling certified sweet potato slips. State Department of Agriculture (ODAFF) State Capitol.

Oklahoma City, OK Preparing Soil and Transplanting. Sweet potato [Ipomoea batatas (L.) Lam.], despite its tropical-subtropical origin, has successfully been grown for centuries also in temperate climate. Plate 9 Micro-propagation of sweet potato through tissue culture 19 Plate 10 Sweet potato cuttings with short internodes 20 Plate 11 Sweet potato cuttings with long internodes Sweetpotato propagation and transplanting studies book growing demand for the commodity.

This manual provides a comprehensive over-view of the productionand marketingaspects of sweet potato. The informationpresented is. Sweet potato originated from tropical Central America. Botanically, the un-derground part is classifi ed as a storage root, rather than a tuber, as is the white (“Irish”) potato (Solanum tuberosum).

The most common type of sweet potato found in US markets is the. How to Propagate Sweet Potato Plants With Vine Cuttings. Sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas), though technically a true sweet potato with an edible tuber, is. production and utilization of sweetpotato. Notably, in the Lake Zone of Tanzania, sweetpotato virus diseases exert enormous pressure on growing crop.

the The use of pathogen tested tissue culture plantlets as source material is one approach to Sweetpotato propagation and transplanting studies book.

Propagation in Sweet Potato Farming: Tubers clips or vine cuttings are the common methods of the propagation in sweet potato cultivation. Planting, Spacing and Seed Rate in Sweet Potato Farming: About 40 thousand to 50 thousand vine. Sweet potato has traditionally been viewed as a “poor person’s crop” or “orphan crop,” and it has attracted limited attention compared to other staple crops.

() Birds as possible agents in the propagation of the sweet potato. Emu – CrossRef Google Scholar. Further studies and technique used in sweetpotato. season, there were no large-scale sweet potato curing facilities in Kentucky.

Small-scale, on-farm curing is possible under properly managed conditions. Market Outlook U.S. sweet potato use per capita increased by about 2 pounds per person fromreaching an estimated pounds in More consumer fa-miliarity with fresh sweet potatoes and.

Peace VEGETATIVE PROPAGATION TECHNIQUES Page 11 Schematic 4: Runner Division Layering The main purpose of layering is to provide rooting for the stem of the mother plant. The new growing plant will keep the union with the mother plant until it is able to survive on its own. When this happens, the new plant will be cut off from the mother plant.

The most common way to propagate sweet potatoes is by cuttings. Gardeners can purchase rooted cuttings in the spring from a nursery. They can also half submerge a sweet potato tuber in a glass of water by sticking three toothpicks in the side and suspending the root half in and half out of the water.

Sweet potato is one of the most useful food plants in a warm climate: Sweet potatoes are the perfect substitute for normal potatoes. Sweet potatoes have less disease problems.

Growing sweet potato vines is much easier than growing other potatoes. Sweet potatoes are very nutritious. And sweet potatoes grow with little water and fertilizer. knowledgeable sweetpotato community of practice to continue to grow in the coming years.

The. Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Sweetpotato. course will help us to achieve the major objectives of the Sweetpotato Profit and Health Initiative (SPHI). Launched in Octoberthe SPHI.

Growing Sweet Potato Slips the New Way. Place whole sweet potato(s) lengthwise in a pan of soil so the soil comes halfway up the side of potato. Place the pan on a seedling heating mat. Make sure the soil stays moist and wait for it to produce roots / slips in 2 weeks or less.

It’s the magic of the heat pad. And also the magic of. The sweetpotato is very high in nutritive value, and merits wider use on this account alone. Giving information on the history, botany, cultivars, genetic engineering, propagation, diseases and pests, nutritional data and marketing, this book presents data on sweetpotato growing practices in different areas of the world.

Sweetpotato weevil is the most serious pest of sweetpotato, with reported losses ranging from 5% to 80% worldwide.

The larva, which feeds both on stems and roots, is the most destructive stage of the insect. The control of sweetpotato weevil has met some degree of difficulties.

Sweetpotato slip number, length, and/or weight were affected by flumioxazin with or without S-metolachlor, S-metolachlor with or without fomesafen, clomazone, and all fluridone treatments. In the greenhouse studies, initial root growth of plants after transplanting was inhibited by fluridone (1, g ai ha −1) and fluridone plus S-metolachlor.

Sweet potato is grown in more than countries as a valuable source of food, animal feed and industrial raw material.

It is a staple crop in many South East Asian and African countries. The application of new techniques for improvement of sweet potato crops, particularly including the exploitation of somaclonal variation, gene transfer by Author: Mamatha M. Pillai, M. Unnikrishnan. Sweet potatoes. A sweet potato contains around one-and-a-half times the calories and vitamin C of the ordinary garden potato.

It is widely grown throughout warmer climates and is now gaining popularity in the UK using hardier cultivars and growing under protection in cooler regions.

Sweet Potato Vine Care. Young roots need care as though the sweet potato vine was a seedling. Slowly acclimate the new plant to the outdoors before transplanting it into a container or hanging basket. are watered heavily at transplanting and then surface-applied drip tape is set on top of the beds between the two rows.

Cuttings are planted 9 to 15 inches (23 to 38 cm) apart within the row. Typical plant populations to 17, plants per acre. Soils selected for sweetpotato production gener.

Side-dress the sweet potato plants 3 to 4 weeks after transplanting with 3 pounds of fertilizer per feet of row. If you have sandy soil, use 5 pounds. Weed the sweet potato beds starting 2 weeks after planting to keep weeds down. Remember to reshape the beds with soil or mulch.

Schultheis, JR, Thornton, AC () Determining the expression or lack of expression of internal marbling in Covington roots via vegetative propagation during the growing season and in storage; refinement of nitrogen application rate and timing to optimize yields and root sizing of Covington sweetpotato.

CULTIVATION OF SWEET POTATOES HOW TO GROW SWEET POTATOES. Description of sweet potato – Sweet potato, chaco, camote, apichu, kumara, potato or yam (Ipomoea batatas) is a perennial family of Convolvulaceae family, usually grown as an annual. – Stems creeping and gnarled, with adventitious roots.

– Tuberous roots of different shapes and colors depending on the variety grown. Banana, sweet potato, cassava, pineapple, are some of the real-time vegetative propagation examples. Note that only 1 plant would be involved in the process of vegetative propagation.

Natural reproduction results in an offspring which will be a new plant that is genetically similar to the parent plant. During /15, vine supply increased to bags (~ mil cuttings) from nine vine growers and an estimated 86 ha were planted of which 55% were orange-fleshed sweet potato.

A total of sweet potato grower enterprises were established. The growers were linked to the formal markets identified during the market survey. Basavaprabhu L. Patil, in Reference Module in Life Sciences, Sweet Potato Viral Diseases.

Sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas) is cultivated in both tropical and warm temperate regions and is the seventh most important food crop in terms ofglobally sweet potato was cultivated in an area of 9 mHa, with a total production of mt, with China as the leading producer. New cultivars are needed to replace "Beauregard", which is the primary sweetpotato cultivar grown commercially in the United States, when "variety decline" problems occur.

Problems associated with weed control, crop nutrition, and crop growth can cause field-scale yield variation. The purpose of this project will evaluate new sweetpotato cultivars that could be grown commercially in. Sweetpotato Genomics Resource. Sweetpotato (Ipomoea batatas) is an important food crop throughout the world and especially in developing countries due to its caloric and nutritional s to improve breeding of sweetpotato for traits important to small farmers can be accelerated through the use of genomics-assisted (genomics-guided) breeding.

with the term ‘yam’ to be accompanied by the term ‘sweetpotato.’ 3. According to the North Carolina SweetPotato Commission, North Carolina has ranked number one in sweetpotato production in the United States since (). North Carolina’s hot, moist climate and rich, fertile soil are ideal for cultivating sweetpotatoes.

If you want to grow your own sweet potatoes, choose a sunny spot with well-drained soil. The best time to plant sweet potatoes is about a month after the last frost of the season.

Till the soil about 12 inches deep, then plant your sweet potato slips 12 Views: K. Sweetpotato: Organic Production 1. Sweetpotato: Organic Production HORTICULTURAL CROPS ATTRAThe National Sustainable Agriculture Information Service By Katherine L. Adam NCAT Agriculture Specialist January ©NCAT ©tract: This publication describes advances in organic sweetpotato production—propagation.

The sweet potato or sweetpotato (Ipomoea batatas) is a dicotyledonous plant that belongs to the bindweed or morning glory family, large, starchy, sweet-tasting, tuberous roots are a root vegetable. The young leaves and shoots are sometimes eaten as sweet potato is not closely related to the common potato (Solanum tuberosum).

—Orange‐fleshed sweet‐potato roots (left, photograph USDA‐ARS/K‐1/S. Bauer), and plants growing in pots (right, courtesy Tuskegee University, Ala., U.S.A.). The use of ASP‐1 protein to increase the protein quality and quantity in sweetpotato has been achieved by introducing the asp‐1 gene coding for the ASP‐1 protein through.and area covered by sweetpotato is also increasing but at lower rate.

Nearly 20 million Ethiopians consume sweetpotato daily as staple food during the growing seasons (Tofu, ). The largest sweetpotato Journal of Agricultural and Crop Research Vol.

7(8), pp.July doi: /jacr_v7i ISSN: X.This review examines viral degeneration in sweetpotato in different regions of the World, particularly that caused by Sweet potato chlorotic stunt virus (SPCSV) and Sweet potato feathery mottle virus (SPFMV), comparing impacts on yield in single and complex infections of all the major viruses affecting the crop.

How cultivars are generated and virus resistance are also covered, especially for.