Potato is supposedly one of the most heavily pesticide-treated types of produce, but I've been googling to see what produce might be 'safe' enough to buy conventional, and a lot of lists show sweet potatoes to be one of things with the least pesticides used. Does anyone know how true this is, or why? It seems like it would also be heavy in pesticides although I know they're two somewhat different things.
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pesticides - potato vs sweet potato