Potatoes are occasionally referred to as a root crop because we eat a part of the plant that grows underground. However, the part of the potato that is eaten is not a root, it is actually a specialized stem called a tuber.
Ravi Prakash Says on 24/07/2015 04:19:10 am :
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Says on 04/08/2015 08:06:00 pm :
akshay singh Says on 17/08/2015 07:23:35 pm :
actually potato draws from underground but it connect from its stem ......not root...so answer will be stem.....i study in 6 class
Roberto Says on 24/08/2015 05:06:41 pm :
AYAZ Says on 29/08/2015 11:36:56 pm :
actually its a stem not root these stems are spread inside along the groung seeming root but only as a stem
Avdhesh Upadhyay Says on 01/09/2015 06:09:25 am :
somnath patra Says on 24/09/2015 08:22:55 pm :
its stem .cenpercent right.bengali te amra potato ke spithao kando boli.