potato vine

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Noun1.potato vine - vine of Costa Rica sparsely armed with hooklike spines and having large lilac-blue flowerspotato vine - vine of Costa Rica sparsely armed with hooklike spines and having large lilac-blue flowers
genus Solanum, Solanum - type genus of the Solanaceae: nightshade; potato; eggplant; bittersweet
vine - a plant with a weak stem that derives support from climbing, twining, or creeping along a surface
2.potato vine - copiously branched vine of Brazil having deciduous leaves and white flowers tinged with blue
genus Solanum, Solanum - type genus of the Solanaceae: nightshade; potato; eggplant; bittersweet
vine - a plant with a weak stem that derives support from climbing, twining, or creeping along a surface
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'What is that?' he added, pointing to some potato vines that showed up from under the snow.
Almost the same johnswort springs from the same perennial root in this pasture, and even I have at length helped to clothe that fabulous landscape of my infant dreams, and one of the results of my presence and influence is seen in these bean leaves, corn blades, and potato vines.
In gardens back of houses in Winesburg dry shriveled potato vines lay sprawling on the ground.
Johnson has green sweet potato vines in front of evergreens on one side of the porch and pots with trailing sedum.
Along with the milk, provide an ad libitum (that is, available all day) supply of a commercial calf supplement, good quality chopped fodder such as the protein rich sweet potato vines, and a supply of cool clean drinking water.
Ngetich, a father of three, has planted sweet potato vines in his farm, in latest efforts aimed at preventing soils from his two-acre farm from being eroded into the river.
Effect of feeding napier grass, lucerne, and sweet potato vines as sole diets to dairy heifers on nutrient intake, weight gain, and rumen degradation.
In two separate interviews, PHilMech Researcher Cecilia Antolin shared details on the Mechanized Onion Planting System that is set for commercialization this November, while PHilMech Researcher Edgar Flores is now promoting the use of a postharvest system that can convert sweet potato vines (SPV) into feeds for livestock.
indicum), a low nutrient forage crop, sweet potato vines supported higher weight gains in goats than either the Batiki grass or the sweet potato vines alone (AREGHEORE, 2004).
To protect against all of these challenges, I create an ersatz cage of trellises to deter varmints and provide a climbing surface for the sprawling potato vines.
The country has now embarked on providing bio-fortified sweet potato vines and beans for the local small farmers to grow, so as to reduce malnutrition among pregnant women and children.