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    Potatoes (Solanum tuberosum) are one of the easiest plants to grow in containers, as they can do well in limited space. Although gardeners can use buckets, bags or planters, containers made from old tires are a novel and inexpensive way to create an easy-to-care-for potato patch. Because tires can b...

    Growing potatoes in stacked tires

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    How to grow potatoes

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