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    EASY way to grow potatoes with just newspaper and straw!

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    • Deb Graesser

      ...... I must try this..... sounds too easy! Growing potatoes on newspaper covered with straw

    • Nana 411

      Growing Potatoes In Straw - http://www.ecosnippets.com/gardening/growing-potatoes-in-straw/

    • @SEOchirp

      EASY way to #grow potatoes with just newspaper and straw! #gardening

    • Юлия П.

      Children's gardening - Grow potatoes in straw

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