Last autumn I moved to a new house but unfortunately there was no garden plot near the house, only a big lawn, and the landlord refused to rent out a part of it to be converted to a kitchen garden plot. It took a while for me to get used to the fact that I
Is it true that if you remove all except one of the shoots on chitted potatoes you’ll get fewer but bigger potatoes? In the above picture the potatoes with many shoots are in the front and the ones with only shoot are in the back. The plants in the back are smaller with less foliage.
I did a small experiment with my potatoes this year as I wanted to know more about chitting. I left several potatoes in an egg tray in the kitchen and as expected they put out several shoots each after a couple of weeks. Generally I find 1 cm (half inch) shoots to be the easiest
A tip on chitting potatoes: Use egg trays to keep the potatoes in place. They’re much easier to handle this way, especially if you need to move them around. What kind are you growing?