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Post  notagreenthumbedgal on 7/15/2011, 1:36 pm

Hi! I found a "potato bag" at my favorite gardening shop. I'm wondering:
1. Is it too late to plant potatoes in SoCalif?
2. Is it ok to plant organic potatoes that have sprouted? I heard that somewhere, but not feeling confident about the reliability of the source.

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Re: More potato questions

Post  Goosegirl on 7/15/2011, 2:16 pm

@notagreenthumbedgal wrote:Hi! I found a "potato bag" at my favorite gardening shop. I'm wondering:
1. Is it too late to plant potatoes in SoCalif?
2. Is it ok to plant organic potatoes that have sprouted? I heard that somewhere, but not feeling confident about the reliability of the source.

Thanks everyone!! I love you

As a former CA girl, I don't believe it is ever too late to plant something in SoCal! (except maybe lettuce in July:tongue:) Let's see, organic potatoes that have sprouted - the alternative would be to waste them or compost them, so I say give them a try! What have you lost if it doesn't work?

GG

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Let us know what happens, NAGTG.Very Happy

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