Now that temperature are dropping and the lay length is getting shorter, Tubers are starting to form on some of these I moved the small one to a grow bag. It has no tubers. The one in the container behind it has 1 white tuber forming so far. I have had frost covers on them. But with temps falling to 28f 33 f and going back up into the 50, 60 and 70's The leaves are suffering a bit. I do not know if I can keep it going into December. One min it looks good the next not so good. But it is still alive.
These are the 3 variety's, I have still growing.
|Yellow with||Light red (pink)|
is an abundant flowerier, which set quite a bit of seed in it's state of origin. .
Light red (pink) White
I may be the only person in the world with OC-14-1x14x08.
The most promising variety for yield can have more than 2 pounds from the seedling.
This is what they looked like on Nov 2, 2015. The green has perked up and Ok now. But the lighter parts can not be saved. But the good news it is still growing. The tubers were about 1/2 inch in size. I one looks a little bit to see one for each plant. There may be more. But I do not want to cause too much stress.