The Best Way To Grow Indoor Potatoes Is In A … Garbage Bag? — TheSurvivalPlaceBlog

When the goblins are raiding your garden, you can still have home grown spuds safe in your house.

Image source: Pixabay.com By Mary Dyer – Off The Grid News Potatoes are traditional vegetables that pretty much everybody loves. They’re easy to grow, and harvesting spuds is a little like hunting for buried treasure — but a whole lot easier. While potatoes certainly aren’t your standard house plants, they’re surprisingly easy to grow indoors, […]

via The Best Way To Grow Indoor Potatoes Is In A … Garbage Bag? — TheSurvivalPlaceBlog

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2 comments on “The Best Way To Grow Indoor Potatoes Is In A … Garbage Bag? — TheSurvivalPlaceBlog

  1. Typoist says:

    Neighbour tried bags, potatoes rotted. A solid compost bin works.

    • Yeah, I’ve tried several ‘sure fire’ methods on potatoes, and a good mulch like the compost bin works every time. This bag method might work for some folks, though. A good reason to try out all your preps in advance of TEOTWAWKI so you know what to trust.

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