"Place each potato in its hole with the end with the most eyes pointing upwards."
I don't have a plot of land but I have a couple pots. They do the trick. Last year I used an old trash can.(I never remember which end is up.)
I remember us talking about this last year. My opinion was that it didn't matter. I think you should find an old bath tub to use. shaun
A bath tub is a great idea.I like the part in this videa where he says "Step 5. Leave to grow."
I'm trying Jerusalem artichokes this year for the first time--a good substitute for potatoes, and when they're young, they're supposed to be easier for diabetics to digest. Hope I get some (j.a.'s, not diabetics!).
Oh, I should plant some. I haven't had them in so long. That's a great idea.The inulin instead of starch, yes, good for controlling blood glucose. But..."which way soever they be dressed and eaten, they stir and cause a filthy loathsome stinking wind within the body, thereby causing the belly to be pained and tormented, and are a meat more fit for swine than men." - WikipediaSome people have a gift for expression.
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