LOL, Yep!Greg, I realize the cat is out of the bag now, but earlier today I was going to suggest either chicory or dandelion. Stupid changeover kept me from posting. The drying part lead me to those two possibilities, especially when coupled with your previous posts regarding natural diets.
I don't do potatoes this year at all.Great thread Greg. Thanks. Sounds like you do not crop rotate potatoes then? I have several small beds and try to rotate as much as I can, but thinking how I am going to crop rotate is the thing I hate most in veggie gardening.
BTW, growing potatoes is good if you want to break up clay soil without a sweat.
My very first potatoes were grown in a large bag. Extremely successful. I now also grow sweet potatoes in larger pots and always amaze myself when I harvest with how can all those potatoes fit in there.trash can potatoes?
I, actually, knew this.Greg, Have you ever heard of trash can potatoes? They are supposed to take very little room and provide a large crop.
Potatoes are tasty and fun to grow, but they can take up a lot of space in the garden. Fortunately, there's an easy alternative -- growing potatoes in a regular trash can. Just plant the seed potatoes in the soil, cover them lightly with...www.wikihow.com
Hmm.My very first potatoes were grown in a large bag. Extremely successful. I now also grow sweet potatoes in larger pots and always amaze myself when I harvest with how can all those potatoes fit in there.
Bury - Forget - Harvest.... can't get better than that.
This is the strange bit. I don't like sweet potatoes, but the ones I grow from store bought ones, in whatever soil, with no fertiliser apart some homemade compost, I like. I am not one that usually say everything home grown will taste better, but in this case I do.