Mark Anderson I repotted a potato vine that was overwintered unde
lights but wasn't
doing very well. When I took it out of its container, the entire
container was filled with root tubers. This could have been th
the plant didn't look good.
So I separated the tubers and stuck each into a separate container.
everything goes right I should have a lot of potato vines this year.
problem is that after more than a week it doesn't look like anythin
happening. Is there something else I needed to do or should I just be
patient? Is there a way to check the tuber to make sure it's eve
to grow into a new plant? I'm in Zone 5 Chicago and the last fe
have been kind of cold outside.
when u separated the tubers were u able to keep much of the root bas
to them? if not then it will take time for the tubers to establish ne
roots. i would just be patient and wait and see what happens.
good luck and hope they all come. cyaaaa, sockiescat
Did the tubers already have eyes? My earliest potatoes came up three
weeks after planting, the last couple are poking out now, 8 weeks after