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Potato sack vegetables

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Matt Kilburn added this to 6 Ways to Grow Edibles in Small Places
5. Grow potatoes in sacks. A great way to grow potatoes is in old coffee sacks. Most coffee roasters will be happy to part with some sacks for you to use for this purpose, and it’s easy to set up a row of potato sacks that will provide you with a pantry full of spuds. Start with a sack rolled down two-thirds of the way and fill the bottom with soil. Place seed potatoes inside and cover them with soil. As the potato plants grow, roll up the sides of the sack until the sack is fully upright. When the potatoes are ready to harvest (the leaves have turned yellow), lift the sides of the sack, and the potatoes and soil will fall out the bottom. The bottom rots out of the sack soon after initial planting, so make sure not to move the sack before you’re ready to harvest.How to grow potatoes

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jazziejenn added this to jazziejenn's ideas
June 8, 2014
Potato growing idea
lula_2014 added this to lula_2014's ideas
May 17, 2014
Potatoes
sarahkmac added this to Gardening
May 4, 2014
Grow potatoes in sack - do by clothes line
snookymumma added this to snookymumma's Ideas
April 13, 2014
Sack potato
gunde2 added this to book 4
March 23, 2014
growing idea for potatoes
dakunimata added this to dakunimata's ideas
March 23, 2014
potato sacks usage for plating
114dewey added this to Exterior Ideas
March 17, 2014
nice
savannahprairie added this to Front Yard
March 11, 2014
Potato sack vegetables
Faisal Elmak added this to wadelmak2000's ideas
March 2, 2014
qqq
heidweav added this to ideas for my new home
February 26, 2014
tip for growing potatos
Amanda Middleton added this to Landscape Ideas
October 11, 2013
Grow potatoes in sacks. A great way to grow potatoes is in old coffee sacks. Most coffee roasters will be happy to part with some sacks for you to use for this purpose, and it’s easy to set up a row of potato sacks that will provide you with a pantry full of spuds. Start with a sack rolled down two-thirds of the way and fill the bottom with soil. Place seed potatoes inside and cover them with soil. As the potato plants grow, roll up the sides of the sack until the sack is fully upright. When the potatoes are ready to harvest (the leaves have turned yellow), lift the sides of the sack, and the potatoes and soil will fall out the bottom. The bottom rots out of the sack soon after initial planting, so make sure not to move the sack before you’re ready to harvest.
ghunnigan added this to ghunnigan's ideas
September 25, 2013
interesting idea to try
sjeansonne added this to sjeansonne's ideas
August 24, 2013
this is cool/ try next summer
blessi added this to blessi's ideas
July 29, 2013
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julie6109 added this to julie6109's Ideas
July 21, 2013
Susans
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July 20, 2013
Tepoz
debrasplace added this to debrasplace's Ideas
July 8, 2013
Garden
pangandplopp added this to pangandplopp's Ideas
July 8, 2013
Potatoes in sacks.
mikeet added this to mikeet's ideas
July 4, 2013
potatoes in coffee sacks.
4868 added this to Kitchen Gardens
July 3, 2013
Growing potatoes in coffee sacks. Roll the sacks down 2/3, fill bottom with soil, place seed potatoes inside and cover with soil. As the plants grow, unroll till the sack is upright. Potatoes are done when leaves turn yellow.
Stephanie Gomero Johnson added this to home makeover
June 23, 2013
Backyard gardening
kmgdlt added this to Garden/Outdoor Ideas
June 15, 2013
Potato-sack gardening
penstarr13 added this to Landscape Ideas
June 9, 2013
Grow potatoes in sacks. A great way to grow potatoes is in old coffee sacks. Most coffee roasters will be happy to part with some sacks for you to use for this purpose, and it’s easy to set up a row of potato sacks that will provide you with a pantry full of spuds. Start with a sack rolled down two-thirds of the way and fill the bottom with soil. Place seed potatoes inside and cover them with soil. As the potato plants grow, roll up the sides of the sack until the sack is fully upright. When the potatoes are ready to harvest (the leaves have turned yellow), lift the sides of the sack, and the potatoes and soil will fall out the bottom. The bottom rots out of the sack soon after initial planting, so make sure not to move the sack before you’re ready to harvest.
cschueller added this to Gardening ideas
June 6, 2013
Great idea for how to plant potatoes in a sack
melissa69 added this to melissa's ideas book
June 4, 2013
great idea for growing vegetables
tatkins added this to tatkins's ideas
May 24, 2013
love this idea
evanderiet added this to Exterior Ideas
May 22, 2013
growing potatoes
avisie added this to avisie's ideas
May 14, 2013
sacks
joanpulley added this to joanpulley's Ideas
May 13, 2013
potatoes in sacks
bonniehof added this to bonniehof's ideas
May 12, 2013
How to grow potatoes in coffee sacks
marsharebel added this to GARDENING
May 9, 2013
5. Grow potatoes in sacks. A great way to grow potatoes is in old coffee sacks. Most coffee roasters will be happy to part with some sacks for you to use for this purpose, and it’s easy to set up a row of potato sacks that will provide you with a pantry full of spuds. Start with a sack rolled down two-thirds of the way and fill the bottom with soil. Place seed potatoes inside and cover them with soil. As the potato plants grow, roll up the sides of the sack until the sack is fully upright. When the potatoes are ready to harvest (the leaves have turned yellow), lift the sides of the sack, and the potatoes and soil will fall out the bottom. The bottom rots out of the sack soon after initial planting, so make sure not to move the sack before you’re ready to harvest.
mekalynn added this to mekalynn's ideas
May 8, 2013
potatoes in a sack wow! :-)
lumdy added this to Garden
May 5, 2013
Potatoes in coffee sacks
arwaaaa added this to arwaaaa's ideas
May 5, 2013
Grow potatoes in sacks
vancouvergirl added this to vancouvergirl's ideas
May 5, 2013
good idea for potatoes
bluejeanroy added this to bluejeanroy's ideas
May 4, 2013
Way cool!
jang131 added this to Gardening/Landscaping
May 4, 2013
Grow potatoes in sacks. A great way to grow potatoes is in old coffee sacks. Most coffee roasters will be happy to part with some sacks for you to use for this purpose, and it’s easy to set up a row of potato sacks that will provide you with a pantry full of spuds. Start with a sack rolled down two-thirds of the way and fill the bottom with soil. Place seed potatoes inside and cover them with soil. As the potato plants grow, roll up the sides of the sack until the sack is fully upright. When the potatoes are ready to harvest (the leaves have turned yellow), lift the sides of the sack, and the potatoes and soil will fall out the bottom. The bottom rots out of the sack soon after initial planting, so make sure not to move the sack before you’re ready to harvest.
punchak added this to punchak's ideas
May 3, 2013
Grow potatoes in sacks
Rhonda Keyes added this to Garden
May 3, 2013
Grow potatoes in sacks. A great way to grow potatoes is in old coffee sacks. Most coffee roasters will be happy to part with some sacks for you to use for this purpose, and it’s easy to set up a row of potato sacks that will provide you with a pantry full of spuds. Start with a sack rolled down two-thirds of the way and fill the bottom with soil. Place seed potatoes inside and cover them with soil. As the potato plants grow, roll up the sides of the sack until the sack is fully upright. When the potatoes are ready to harvest (the leaves have turned yellow), lift the sides of the sack, and the potatoes and soil will fall out the bottom. The bottom rots out of the sack soon after initial planting, so make sure not to move the sack before you’re ready to harvest.
macadapete added this to macadapete's ideas
May 3, 2013
Potatoes in sacks
patipelz added this to patipelz's ideas
May 3, 2013
neat idea
rbknapstein added this to rbknapstein's ideas
May 3, 2013
sacks
Daniel added this to Garden-Patios-Water Features
May 3, 2013
Grow potatoes in sacks. A great way to grow potatoes is in old coffee sacks. Most coffee roasters will be happy to part with some sacks for you to use for this purpose, and it’s easy to set up a row of potato sacks that will provide you with a pantry full of spuds. Start with a sack rolled down two-thirds of the way and fill the bottom with soil. Place seed potatoes inside and cover them with soil. As the potato plants grow, roll up the sides of the sack until the sack is fully upright. When the potatoes are ready to harvest (the leaves have turned yellow), lift the sides of the sack, and the potatoes and soil will fall out the bottom. The bottom rots out of the sack soon after initial planting, so make sure not to move the sack before you’re ready to harvest.
eljaybee added this to eljaybee's ideas
May 3, 2013
will try this
corsette23 added this to corsette23's ideas
May 3, 2013
Exterior
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May 2, 2013
Grow potatoes in sacks. A great way to grow potatoes is in old coffee sacks. Most coffee roasters will be happy to part with some sacks for you to use for this purpose, and it’s easy to set up a row of potato sacks that will provide you with a pantry full of spuds. Start with a sack rolled down two-thirds of the way and fill the bottom with soil. Place seed potatoes inside and cover them with soil. As the potato plants grow, roll up the sides of the sack until the sack is fully upright. When the potatoes are ready to harvest (the leaves have turned yellow), lift the sides of the sack, and the potatoes and soil will fall out the bottom. The bottom rots out of the sack soon after initial planting, so make sure not to move the sack before you’re ready to harvest.
mtffreire added this to tomate
May 2, 2013
Tomate na saco
fxgal added this to outdoors/ gardens
May 2, 2013
grow potatoes in burlap sacks
April Bartlett added this to april_bartlett's ideas
May 2, 2013
planting potatos
sniss added this to sniss's ideas
May 2, 2013
growing spuds in a bag!!!! steps are simple.... get burlap bags, roll down 2/3 rds and fill bottom with dirt, seed potatoes. As the plants grow, roll up sides of sack until fully upright--harvest when leaves yellow--lift sides of sack, potatoes & soil will fall from bottom.
spaden123 added this to spaden123's ideas
May 2, 2013
Grow potatoes in coffee sacks. When ready to harvest pull up sack. Bottom rots out
natmet1 added this to natmet1's ideas
May 2, 2013
potato sacks!
zaperoco added this to zaperoco's ideas
May 2, 2013
Jardín de hierbas con bloques de concreto y bolsas
mydickens added this to EXTERIOR
May 2, 2013
CLEVER IDEA....
amgriz added this to yard
May 2, 2013
Grow potatoes in sacks. A great way to grow potatoes is in old coffee sacks. Most coffee roasters will be happy to part with some sacks for you to use for this purpose, and it’s easy to set up a row of potato sacks that will provide you with a pantry full of spuds. Start with a sack rolled down two-thirds of the way and fill the bottom with soil. Place seed potatoes inside and cover them with soil. As the potato plants grow, roll up the sides of the sack until the sack is fully upright. When the potatoes are ready to harvest (the leaves have turned yellow), lift the sides of the sack, and the potatoes and soil will fall out the bottom. The bottom rots out of the sack soon after initial planting, so make sure not to move the sack before you’re ready to harvest.
sworrah added this to outdoors
May 2, 2013
potatoes in a sack
Eirini Oikonomou added this to House Inspiration
May 1, 2013
potatoes in sacks
anad0 added this to anad0's ideas
May 1, 2013
growing potatoes
theorganized1 added this to theorganized1's ideas
May 1, 2013
great use of material and space
dbiggs added this to dbiggs's Ideas
May 1, 2013
garden
whitewolf54 added this to whitewolf54's ideas
May 1, 2013
Grow potatoes in sacks.
ssy_chung added this to garden
May 1, 2013
potatoes?
grandmarosie added this to grandmarosie's ideas
May 1, 2013
growing potatoes in sacks
tripleart added this to tripleart's Ideas
May 1, 2013
grow potatoes in coffee sacks - roll them up and add soil as they grow. the bottoms of the sacks will fall out when they are ready to be harvested.
natalieambeault added this to natalieambeault's Ideas
May 1, 2013
Potatoes grown in coffee sacks
lilyhbeta added this to Gardening
May 1, 2013
potatos
kathyprj added this to Landscape Ideas
May 1, 2013
out on my back deck and read to plant.
Linda Quiggle creating Designs for a Queen added this to Going Green at Home
May 1, 2013
Growing potatoes in a small space - really great idea
bonaflo added this to bonaflo's ideas
May 1, 2013
hollow blocks and rocks for boundaries
Glenda Winger added this to glenda_winger's ideas
May 1, 2013
might try this at the cabin
jcavinsd added this to garden
May 1, 2013
growing potatoes in coffee sacks
Lori Heys added this to gardening
May 1, 2013
potato sacks
GG added this to Landscape and outdoors
May 1, 2013
potatoes
ajajoja added this to garden ideas
May 1, 2013
potatoes in sacks- cool!
anitasb added this to Landscape/pool
May 1, 2013
5. Grow potatoes in sacks. A great way to grow potatoes is in old coffee sacks. Most coffee roasters will be happy to part with some sacks for you to use for this purpose, and it’s easy to set up a row of potato sacks that will provide you with a pantry full of spuds. Start with a sack rolled down two-thirds of the way and fill the bottom with soil. Place seed potatoes inside and cover them with soil. As the potato plants grow, roll up the sides of the sack until the sack is fully upright. When the potatoes are ready to harvest (the leaves have turned yellow), lift the sides of the sack, and the potatoes and soil will fall out the bottom. The bottom rots out of the sack soon after initial planting, so make sure not to move the sack before you’re ready to harvest.
siouxc01 added this to Garden
May 1, 2013
Grow potatoes in sacks
ramonast added this to Garden
May 1, 2013
A great way to grow potatoes is in old coffee sacks. Most coffee roasters will be happy to part with some sacks for you to use for this purpose, and it’s easy to set up a row of potato sacks that will provide you with a pantry full of spuds. Start with a sack rolled down two-thirds of the way and fill the bottom with soil. Place seed potatoes inside and cover them with soil. As the potato plants grow, roll up the sides of the sack until the sack is fully upright. When the potatoes are ready to harvest (the leaves have turned yellow), lift the sides of the sack, and the potatoes and soil will fall out the bottom. The bottom rots out of the sack soon after initial planting, so make sure not to move the sack before you’re ready to harvest.
Shelly Bryant added this to shelly_bryant's ideas
May 1, 2013
grow potatoes
kw2013 added this to kw2013's ideas
May 1, 2013
potato garden in coffee sacks
andclem added this to landscaping
May 1, 2013
grow potatoes in old coffee sacks
nowretired added this to nowretired's ideas
May 1, 2013
Potatoes grown in burlap coffee sacks or something similar
theothermrscepero added this to theothermrscepero's ideas
May 1, 2013
Cinder blocks to support the growbags.
mehrotra added this to like ours
May 1, 2013
backyard
pennyware added this to pennyware's ideas
May 1, 2013
Sweet potatoes
Diana Wilson added this to Outside
May 1, 2013
potatoes in sacks?
shwoobie added this to cool stuff
May 1, 2013
potatoes planted
jessstagg added this to Misc
May 1, 2013
grow potatoes in sacks, when they are ready to be harvested (leaves are yellow) lift sides of sacks
anonyms added this to anonyms's Ideas
May 1, 2013
Brilliant and nice looking too.
skibum143 added this to skibum143's Favorites
May 1, 2013
Garden beds
djdh added this to djdh's ideas
May 1, 2013
Pots in sacks!
Sally Flagg added this to sally_flagg's ideas
May 1, 2013
sacks for potatos
Darlene Nieman_Morris added this to darlene_nieman_morris's ideas
May 1, 2013
The idea
cgbtoo added this to cgbtoo's ideas
May 1, 2013
cool idea
calenduladete added this to backyard sarajane
May 1, 2013
Dans des sacs ... intéressant
Denise Mauzy added this to denise_mauzy's ideas
May 1, 2013
Bag of spuds!
leepollack2002 added this to leepollack2002's ideas
May 1, 2013
Vegies
Mark Loucks added this to mark_loucks's ideas
May 1, 2013
grow potatoes in burlap sacks
seablue added this to seablue's ideas
May 1, 2013
Gardening
monami added this to gardening
May 1, 2013
Growing potatoes
lydiakwok added this to lydiakwok's Ideas
April 29, 2013
Grow editable
Ana Sandoval added this to ana_sandoval427's Ideas
April 29, 2013
potatoes
Fabiola Rueda_Garca added this to fabiola_rueda_garca's ideas
April 29, 2013
MUY PRÁCTICO
maryhelenlr added this to maryhelenlr's Ideas
April 29, 2013
Cool potato patch.
stellaria added this to stellaria's ideas
April 29, 2013
grow spuds in sacks
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