Category Archives: Spuds
I came across this odd potato while digging the last row of the early crop of potatoes. The spud in question was mottled brown and yellow; its skin seemed rather tough. I grubbed around with my hand and pulled up … Continue reading
The soil temperature is above fifty and dandelions are blooming, so it is time to get potatoes in the ground. I got four rows planted this morning with sprouted seed potatoes from the Farmer’s Coop. “Seed potatoes” are misnamed, they … Continue reading
Two hundred and twenty pounds later, this is the last potato to come out of the ground. Let the eating begin.
One hundred pounds of potatoes are out of the ground. A few more to go.