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 Tips for Planting Seed Potatoes?

Answer Potatoes grow from seed potatoes, rather than seeds. Small seed potatoes sprout into full plants once sown, and then produce a full crop of potato tubers throughout the summer. Improper planting ca... Read More »
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Can I use 'ordinary' potatoes as seed potatoes for planting?

Holy Sh!t ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ That answer.Just dig a bunch of holes and put them in.They'll grow.
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Do You Plant the Eyes of the Potato Up or Down When Planting Seed Potatoes?

Seed potatoes must be planted with their eyes facing up in order to grow. Gardeners should plant them about three to four inches below the soil's surface for best results. Does this... Read More »
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Do you plant the eyes of the potato up or down when planting seed potatoes?

When you plant potatoes from seed, they need to go in the ground with the eyes facing up. A common way of planting them is to plant them in small mounds, approximately 3 to 4 inches deep with 2 see... Read More »
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Can I grow seed potatoes from store bought potatoes?

It may be possible to grow seed potatoes from store bought potatoes but it is not recommended. Store bought potatoes are often treated with chemicals to keep them from sprouting. It is best to grow... Read More »
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