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In this clip, Ryan Muckenhirn explains how he grows potatoes at home with an easy at-home system. It's an easy plant that you can grow and forget about for a while.
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In this clip, Ryan Muckenhirn explains how he grows potatoes at home with an easy at-home system. It's an easy plant that you can grow and forget about for a while.
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quote from the departed because I wanted to find because I could say, you know, feds air like mushrooms, feed him shit and keep it in the dark. Yeah, that's how you grow. Yeah, that is interesting. But we die, Greste Like that point in time? Yeah, I have a garden. I grow like potatoes and peppers. And I wanted to tell I want you to talk about your potatoes. So interesting. Potato towers. Yeah. Potato tower. Eso pretty strapped for space. I live in a pretty small little box. Mark's been there. It's I gotta stay 3 ft away from the walls. Quaint. Um, you know, because it's like an a frame. So potato tower. Take yourself. You can use Ah, tall laundry basket if you if you really wanna be cool. But I think chicken wire works better. Make a kind of a tower out of it. That makes sense. Roll your chicken wire up until it's ah, column and then layer dirt, layer of straw and then potato cuttings. In there, you say potato cuttings you're literally talking about like take it slices of potatoes. Go to your store, go by your potatoes. You buy seed potatoes too, and they're a lot better for doing this. But you can take a potato and you can cut it in quarters and then put it in a bag and let it, um, scar, if you will, or like, it kind of gets a rind on it and put that in the ground. And if there's like the little eye on the potato part on the outside, you got a potato plant. What's the idea, what you're talking about? You know, when your potatoes or under your sink for a long time and they get, like the growth, the nodule? Yeah, that that that that becomes a potato. Correct eso over time, like the course of you know, weeks and weeks going through summer and into early fall your potato tower. This this structure that you've erected out of chicken wire has all these like branches coming out of it. Then at the end of the year, you kick it over and you sit through the dirt you pick up. You said that you you like. Layer it, though you'll do like what dirt start straw potato things, dirt straw, potato things, dirt, potato things. And then you'll just stack in a size will go. And then by the end of the year, you just potatoes spuds, man, How big are they? Um, they don't really get that Kind of like a little baby Russell ones or something like that. Little fellas, like 50 cent piece or smaller, but they just make a ton of them. Yeah. So if you're in a girl like big potatoes, do you put them in the ground? But, yeah, I'll have the space. So God, you don't do that. But I dig potato towers. I think they're awesome. I had it on my mark. I came into this one with notes. I know. I saw It made me nervous. I know. It's weird. Do you? I I would assume that you probably think we discussed it almost a little bit. Forging is more fun than gardening. Yeah, our thing is just more productive, More productive for certain
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