How To Grow Potatoes In Potato Planter Bags


People wrongly think gardening, especially vegetable gardening, can be done only if you have a garden or if you own a big yard for this. The truth is you only need imagination and commitment to work and care after your vegetables. We are about to show you just how easy it is to have homegrown potatoes all the time at your disposal. The trick is to use special designed containers for this. Looking like grocery bags, these potato sacks will fulfill the specifics of an outdoor garden. Using the fertilizer and water in the proper way suggested in the tutorial will give you some tasty healthy potatoes. Check out the full range of instructions and all the steps required from the early stages to the harvesting. Your cooking will be so fresh, now that you have your very own homegrown potatoes available right away.

Here you will find:




Growing Potatoes In Bags or Potato Sacks – Marshalls

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13 Responses to “How To Grow Potatoes In Potato Planter Bags”

  1. Gloria Olson says:

    Looks interesting

  2. Gloria Olson says:

    Looks very interesting

  3. Micheline says:

    Keep freezing video

  4. Linda says:

    This sounds wonderful. I have unused space that would be great for potatoes in a bag, but much of the space is shade to partial shade. Will this work? How much sun do the potatoes need? I live in Vancouver, BC, which is west coastal. Any specific instructions for this area?

    Thank you for your assistance.

  5. rene mojeske says:

    When is the best time to plant Potatoes? I live in Las Vegas NV

    • RandyS says:

      I live in Vegas too, My neighbor tried this last Summer and it didn’t work… After they failed, he read to start them in mid December, so that’s when I’m going for it ?

  6. phill says:

    i dont see any actual working models which means this is a scam to me. and i dont mean the pic that looksa like its photoshopped. 😛

  7. Laura says:

    Hi there, do I need seed potatoes or will any regular grocery store potato work?

    • Deborah Hale says:

      Grocery store potatoes are usually treated with a chemical that inhibits sprouting. Spend the money and get seed potatoes.

  8. Martha says:

    Where can we purchase the large bags

    • Deborah Hale says:

      I just watched a youtube video a woman made of her making a potato growing bag out of an emptied cat food bag. If that’s a bit above and beyond for you, try Amazon. I’m betting home improvement stores would also carry them.

  9. Roxanne Busby says:

    I couldn’t see the REPLY’S to the questions.

  10. Pat says:

    This only works if you use indeterminate potatoes, I live in zone 6 this works !

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