Once you've planted them, they will only be supplanted by dark forest growth
above them or pigs. Any root fragment will regrow. The stalks are going to
be like sunflower stalks in value, but slimmer and greener. In my
observations, passing cow interest is about nil if they have good pasture.
The root tubers are delicious for humans to eat and command a price more
than double that of potatoes when available here. They can be grated in
salad or, my preference, baked dry with a roast, being ready when they are
soft, as you would want a sweet potato soft, or more. But beware that for
those for whom the j.a. does not produce great gassiness, there may be,
taken in excess, a speedy emptying of the bowel. I do not know whether same
for cows, but stand well away...
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