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    • Marty Davis

      Grow 100 lb of Potatoes in 4 Square Feet by Irish Eyes Garden City

    • The Blasphemous Homemaker

      grow 100 lbs of potatoes in 4 sq ft "In containers the yield may be increased 200-3000 percent compared with open-field culture. This is a great way to grow a lot of potatoes in a very limited space. We recommend doing this with Yellow Finn, Indian Pit, Red Pontiac, or the fingerling types. Watering requirements will be greater however, so check the cages or containers frequently in warm weather." Irish Eyes Garden Seeds

    • Helene Moreau Driessens

      How to build a potato tower and grow 100 lbs of potatoes in a 4' square area . Genious !

    • Jennifer Wiebe

      How to grow 100lbs of potatoes in 4 square feet.

    • Tresa

      Growing potatoes in a potato tower. I think I *would* like to grow potatoes so we can ingest fewer pesticides...

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