"So put you own potatoes"
"Nothing is so lovely as to grow the potatoes yourself.nwith this guide can grow potatoes and become self-sufficient already in the summer.n– It is wonderful to harvest your own new potatoes, " says trädgårdsexperten Eva Robild. "
"When the earth is 8 degrees, it is time to put the potatoes. There is something special to harvest their own vegetables, so get it done and fix your own cultivation. Take the opportunity as soon as possible so you have a country filled with färskplugg in the summer."
"– don't Focus on getting the first potatoes in your own country, but to have the tastiest. It is wonderful to harvest your own new potatoes at the end of July, says trädgårdsexperten Eva Robild. "
"the Family Britz, in Älvsjö, outside Stockholm, to grow potatoes for the first time and hope for a bountiful harvest in the summer. The biggest reason is that they want to grow their own vegetables is for their children to understand where food comes from. "
"We think it is important that children understand that food comes from the earth," says Sandra Britz. "
"Almond, Blue Congo, or King Edward?"
"The first thing you should do when you want to put the potatoes is to choose what variety you want. Select what properties you want the potatoes to have and when you want to harvest it. Eva Robild tips on choosing an early sommarpotatis so that you get an early harvest, if you are an above range. "
"– My favorite is the amandinepotatis, it is a rather small but very good potatoes, " says trädgårdsexperten. "
"You can put the potatoes directly in the earth but for a better start for the potatoes, you can förgro them a few weeks before planting. Then they will grow faster once you planted them. Place the potatoes in a äggkartong in a bright space (approximately 15-20 degrees) or in a back on a bed of soil. After a few weeks, small sprouts grow out of the potatoes, then it is time to plant. "
"the Situation is very important and you should choose a sunny place with light, preferably sandy, soil. If the soil is muddy, you can process and improve it with barkmull, compost and sand before planting to get a successful result. "
"– The heavier it is to dig the more clay in the soil, " says Eva Robild."
"You can plant potatoes in the ground, then make sure to clear land of weeds before planting. When planting in the collar, it is good to lay out fibre cloth or cover the bottom with damp newspaper to prevent the grass and weeds. "
"the Way the potatoes 5-10 centimeters deep, approximately 20-30 centimeters apart with 60 cm between rows. Be careful not to damage the sprouts have when you put the potatoes. It is important to not put the potatoes tightly in order to reduce the risk for downy mildew."
"– For every potato you put, you get about a saucepan potatoes, " says Eva."
"When the foliage plant 10 to 15 centimetres it is important to cup the seedling and cover with soil. Potatoes exposed to sunlight turn green and inedible. "
"– the Hive up against the stem, you can do this a couple of times during the cultivation. It not only prevents green potatoes, but also provides a greater harvest, says Eva. "
"Potatoes should not have too much nutrition, but you should not let it dry out. Watered thoroughly, about 2-3 times a week in dry weather. "
"After more than 8-10 weeks, it is time to harvest. Check that the potatoes got the size you want before you harvest. If you want to store the potatoes, you can cut off the foliage and allow it to remain in the soil in a couple of weeks before you take it up."