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What Time of Year Do You Plant Potatoes?

by Barbara Fahs
Potatoes exist in many different varieties. From the large Russets that are typically baked and served with sour cream and chives, to smaller, gourmet types such as "Yukon Gold," you can grow potatoes in your home garden without much fuss or trouble. You will want to plant potatoes that already have...

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