- Seed potatoes
- Careful attention to watering
- Cut apart larger seed potatoes, making sure there are at least two eyes in each piece you plant.
- Dust the cut pieces with fir dust, which seals the open ends from bacteria.
- Fertilize with 10-20-20 fertilizer at planting and a couple of times during the season.
- Water so that the plants are kept at an even level of moisture.
- Don't plant in the same area in consecutive years or use the same soil to fill your potato box, as potatoes can attract various diseases.
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