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Potatoes

YOU'LL LEARN SOMETHING NEW FROM THIS 'OLD FARMER'S ALMANAC' ARTICLE ON GROWING YOUR OWN POTATOES. The authors who wrote this article know their stuff and this is an unusually good piece about growing potatoes.
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"“What I say is that if a man really likes potatoes, he must be a pretty decent sort of fellow.”
–A. A. Milne, English writer (1882–1956)…

"Dig potatoes on a dry day. Dig up gently, being careful not to puncture the tubers. Avoid cutting or bruising potato skin. Damaged potatoes will rot during storage and should be used as soon as possible."

Potatoes

Learn how to plant, grow, and harvest potatoes in your garden! Everything you need to know, from The Old Farmer's Almanac.


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