I missed a few potatoes when I harvested them a few months ago and
what I missed now are of size (foliage-wise) to indicate there may be
new potatoes now available. Problem is that they have not bloomed yet
(perhaps because of shortened days). Frost will be here very soon.
What should I do? Always assumed that harvest time was after blooming.
Effort? What effort? I put down alfalfa in the fall and throw in some
rye seeds. Dig a small trench for planting in the Spring, and slowly
fill it in before Summer. Most of the effort was digging them up, which
took 5 - 10 min.
How about the flavor and texture vs. store bought, not to mention being
This year made a believer of me. I'm already rearranging my garden to
expand the potato patch for next year.
"When you give food to the poor, they call you a saint. When you ask why the
poor have no food, they call you a communist."
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