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[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote growsomethinggreen.com My potato patch and how I got em growing in Arizona at the end of summer/beginning of fall. Also some tips on how to grow potatoes and start them. Growing…potatoes

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  • Patriot Dee 1 week ago

    Using store bought potatoes is Not the way to go, unless maybe Organic.Most potaos in the stores produce poorly when replanted. Worth getting GOOD seed potatoes. I order mine from Petaluma Ca. Huge seed potato farm thats been around for decades.Just saying.

  • GrowSomethingGreen 1 week ago

    Those ones didn't turn out very well, the potatoes were really small I think because the soil compacted to much so if you do plant potatoes I would use some garden soil in there too and mix it

  • GrowSomethingGreen 1 week ago

    Yeah rocky and clay.

  • GrowSomethingGreen 1 week ago

    @ArizonaAdventures Awesome good luck with those, I haven't tried sweet potatoes yet but would like to

  • GrowSomethingGreen 1 week ago

    @sericonti Yeah definitely, we don't really get frost here so I want to plant another crop here soon. Thanks for your suggestions and I'll definitely have to try that out.

  • Frankie Calleja 1 week ago

    If you don't have frost in winter, you should be able to plant another crop in January which will mature by June. Over here, we plant potatoes in September and again in January. It takes 3 to 4 months for potatoes to produce a crop. The tuber you showed can be further sliced because as long as there is an 'eye' present, it will produce a new plant. Good luck with your potato crop! Best regards.

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