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  • Courtney
    Courtney • 3 years ago

    does this work for regular potatoes as well?

  • Kara Whitten
    Kara Whitten • 3 years ago

    Regular potatoes are a whole different animal (or vegetable) if you will. For regular potatoes, cut them into pieces and let dry on a plate for several days until the cut parts and calloused over and they are starting to sprout. Then plant them and keep covering them with more soil or hay as they grow. You don't want the potatoes to get exposed to the sun.

  • Rosemary Winters
    Rosemary Winters • 3 years ago

    Make sure there is an "eye" in each piece of your cut potato.

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