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Potato Planting Pointers

Potato Planting Pointers Some potato planting pointers to help with growing and harvesting seed potatoes. Small seed potatoes (1 to 2″ diameter) should be planted whole. Larger seed potatoes should be cut into 2″ pieces, with 2 to 3 sprouting eyes per piece, the day prior to planting. Seed pieces should be planted 10 to 14″ apart and 4 to 5″ deep for best production. For small new potatoes, plant seed pieces 8″ apart and harvest every other hill when potatoes are small. Please follow and like us:

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Garlic Growing Instructions

Garlic Growing Instructions To Buy Garlic please visit our E-commerce store here. Garlic is usually planted in October in the north and from November through January in the south. Northern growers should plant four to six weeks before the ground may freeze in order to insure good root growth prior to winter. If your winters are too long and extreme then softneck garlic can be spring planted. Break bulbs apart into individual cloves within a few days of planting and plant the scar end down, one to two inches deep.…

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Planting Walla Walla Sweet Onions

Planting Walla Walla Sweet Onions Plant Walla Walla Sweet Onions as soon as the ground can be worked. Enrich the soil with a vegetable fertilizer, such as Lilly MillerĀ® Morcrop. Should the weather be unfavorable when plants are received, and the plants are wet, loosen the bundles and spread them so the tips may dry. If the plants are wilted, just stand them on ends in a growing position in a cool, dry place. When the weather becomes fair, put them out at once. Trim the roots of onion plants…

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