Oh my you spend lots og soil then the potato just little but anyway its very creative,,goodjob
More water! Sing as you garden they love that.
Okay, this was a great concept on vertical gardening but here's what you are going to need to try next. Use this yeid as seed potatoes, you can even start them in water but only after the potatoes dry out a little, then plant them but add dirt/boxes as they grow.
Wow i like that
She needs to watch some YouTube videos on how to improve her yield
Sorry but have to be a better way, that is to hard for few potatoes, better digging a large area and putting the soils
Wow you grown in paper box awesome
No mom's right it's a disaster. Ton of effort to do that and it was a really low yield of potatoes.
What is this
Muito trabalho pouca colheita
mr edy also, harvesthing on his mom farm.....using the same method.its so goooood
Oh my God
You should help your mother in Philippines we help our mother
I might try this next year. That was an excellent idea but I won't use chemical boxes like banana boxes.
Soil soil soil soil.......no potatoes in it
Bumper crop honi chahiye..with the help of right knowledge
Thank you for sharing this video. You are so smart to have created such a great growing spot. I feel so excited about trying your technique come next springtime. I grew sweet potatoes when I was much younger, and they were wonderful. My grandmother sliced them and dehydrated them using her old cast iron stove. Then she stored them in airtight mason jars, and added them to soups and stews all Winter. I used a couple of sweet potatoes from the farmers market in the fall. I let them grow foliage and planted the plants with 3 ft. of foliage by the time spring came. We grew them in mounds...I forget the reason, but they grew way better in a big mound than in the flat garden. Today they treat a lot of them at grocery stores so they won't sprout, but I heard that the ones that Whole Foods sells are all untreated. Anyway. You are a complete inspiration and I plan to use the valuable information you were kind enough to share. Thank you !!!
Should have let plants die back