I bribed one of my kids into weeding a few of the spring garden beds for me, then suckered Rachel into hoeing and raking out what he missed.
|Seed potatoes in a spudly rainbow.|
(That’s a small patch of sorghum in the picture there, not giant corn. I’ll post on that experiment soon.)
Anyhow, I can’t find anything on planting fall potatoes in Florida, so I’m trying it myself and I’ll report on whether or not it works. This is how science happens. Science!
If it doesn’t work out, oh well. I got my seed potatoes for free. We’re lucky enough to have a friend that gets all the expired and culled produce from her neighborhood grocery store and she shares the bounty with my family. I place all the green potatoes on windowsills throughout the house. If they form good eyes, I plant them. If not, it’s off to the compost heap. This has worked quite well for me thus far.
I really hope this works… the spring potatoes ran out already and really want some hash browns. We’re about three months out from the first average frost date… that should be enough time for spuds.