Re: [gardeners] Re: Mycorrhiza questions...

Allen and Judy Merten (
Thu, 22 Oct 1998 01:54:25 -0500

Hi Margaret,
    I love baked sweet potatos. Candied are too sweet for me. I also like to
fry any left over sweet potatos. Cut into rounds and fry in butter, good with
light syrup, brown sugar, or honey.
    Thanks for the gardening info.
Bastrop Co.,Tx

Margaret Lauterbach wrote:

> At 08:19 PM 10/20/98 -0500, you wrote:
> >Hi Margaret,
> >    Thanks for the information. Many times it has been quite a juggling
> act to
> >try to rotate plantings so I can replant other things in say June like
> peanuts,
> >sweet potatos, sunflowers and Southern Peas. Part of the problem is
> winding up
> >with plants that are still producing in the middle of where I need to till
> etc.
> >Its a pain to work around those islands. Will this work for peppers, also?
> >Allen
> >Bastrop Co.,Tx
> >
> No.  I do rotate potatoes, peppers, and eggplants.  Try to move sweet corn
> around as well.  Sweet potatoes don't need to be rotated, though.  Do you
> bake your sweet potatoes?  A sweet potato 2 or 3 inches in diameter can be
> microwaved for about 5 minutes, turned 90 degrees and turned over then
> nuked another 5 minutes, then put in foil to rest, and tastes as good as
> oven-baked.  I cut in rounds and top with margarine or Brown & Brummel
> stuff.  Yummm.  Margaret