Even those who have plenty of space in their gardens can also discover new potato planting ideas and tips from this post.
- Growing potatoes in bags. To grow potatoes in grocery store bag, all you have to do is to fill the bag with the light nutrient rich soil, place your sprouted potatoes. You will have to add more soil as the plants grow.
- Growing potatoes in sacks. The same procedure that is used for the bag, you can try to grow potatoes in the burlap sacks and trash bags.
- Growing potatoes in pots on the balcony. Grow potatoes in pots is very simple.
- Growing potatoes in buckets. If you have a bucket or a trash can, just plant the potatoes.
- Growing potatoes in the garden in rows. If you have space then plant potatoes in your home garden arranging them in well-spaced rows. Space seed potatoes 8 to 12 inches within the row and 30 to 36 inches between the rows.
- Planting potatoes in straw. You will be going to improve the cultivation of potatoes in the garden with ease, thanks to the mulching with straw.
- Potato tower. The tower of potatoes is a type of raised beds used for the cultivation that allows adding of new soil following the growth of the plants.
- Growing potatoes in cylinder. It is a useful solution for areas with poor soil or the parts that affect from heavy rains, where the ground is likely to remain wet.
- Growing potatoes in raised bed. Growing potatoes in the raised bed is the best way to increase the yield, fewer weeds and improved drainage are a few pros of this method.
- Growing potatoes in tires. A very unusual idea, just in case you have some big tires left.