What is the plant
Kangkong is grown especially in the Southeast Asian region as a vegetable. It is a semi-aquatic plant, a creeper that grows in or near the water on moist soils.
Its stems and leaves are eatable. If you’re growing kangkong on the ground, be careful it’s an invasive plant and grows aggressively. Harvest it before flowering, so that it can’t form seeds.
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