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www.proverbialhomemaker.com/growing-potatoes-in-containers.html

Get your container: 15-gallon pots or larger is usually best. I just used some cheap plastic garbage cans. If you're worried about the plastic, you can buy food ...

www.houzz.com/discussions/3041881/sweet-potatoes-in-a-garbage-can

So to answer the question, yes you can grow sweet potatoes in any large bucket. Are you planning on building the dirt up as the sweet potatoes grow as you would ...

heavenlyhomemakers.com/gardening-101-planting-potatoes-in-a-container

Apr 21, 2009 ... Poke or drill several holes in bottom of garbage can. Scoop about one foot of soil into the container. Push five whole seed potatoes into the ...

www.urbanconversion.com/4-simple-steps-to-grow-a-hundred-pounds-of-potatoes-in-a-barrel

May 8, 2012 ... Fill in the bottom of your container with about 6 inches of loose planting mix and compost. You'll want to use a planting mix with a peat moss- ...

www.thespruce.com/growing-potatoes-in-containers-848220

Oct 8, 2021 ... The only real disadvantage to growing potatoes in containers is you have to be more vigilant about watering, as container soil dries out ...

farmtheworld.org/2021/08/16/grow-potatoes-in-containers

Aug 16, 2021 ... Related post: DIY Trash Can Composter Tutorial. Location, Location, Location. Growing potatoes in buckets Photo via Wikimedia Commons.

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Mar 28, 2013 ... To save space in your garden, try growing potatoes in a container. It should be at least 15 gallons and about 24” tall. It can be a metal or ...

growforit.ces.ncsu.edu/2018/10/garbage-can-gardening

Oct 4, 2018 ... A potato can be grown in a similar way as a sweet potato, by putting into a jar and watching it sprout. Potatoes can also be cut into seed ...

www.onehundreddollarsamonth.com/can-your-grow-potatoes-in-trash-cans-reader-kk-sends-in-her-results

Nov 2, 2012 ... Do YOU have any advise for KK about growing potatoes? What methods have YOU tried, and been successful at? Thanks for your help! ~Mavis. *If you ...

www.growveg.com/guides/how-to-successfully-grow-potatoes-in-containers

A typical garbage can-sized container would hold around four plants. Potato growing sacks sold specifically for this purpose, ...

gardenculturemagazine.com/grow-your-own-potatoes

Apr 5, 2013 ... There are two ways you can approach growing potatoes in a container. If you use a 55-gallon garbage can, you can harvest up to 40 pounds ...