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    Free kits for primary schools and home-educators (http://www.growyourownpotatoes.org.uk):
    Welcome to Grow Your Own Potatoes

    A project that teaches primary aged children about potatoes. With almost 2 million primary school children benefiting from this classroom experience that is linked to the UK curricular children learn how potatoes grow and how they fit in to a healthy balanced diet. All you have to do is register your school to receive a FREE potato growing kit, use the supporting lesson plans and worksheets and for a chance to win fabulous prizes for your school, enter the competition once you have harvested.
    Sign up for your free kits now (or tell your childrens school)
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    Re: Grow Your Own Potatoes

    Just registered, my son will be soo happy if his school get it
    Last edited by Kati; 21st October 2017, 17:03:PM.

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      Re: Grow Your Own Potatoes

      Gosh, this brings back memories! We used to grow potatoes for home use (about 1 acre) and I hated having to pick them. Child labour was quite acceptable when it was your own and from a very early age I remember the dirt and back ache. Then they went into what was called a potato pit -spuds layered with earth and straw and we would have to dig them out as they were required.
      Having said that; when my nieces and nephews were young their parents got them to help plant and harvest fruit and veg and because they helped produce it they ate everything!
      Still can’t bear the thoughts of digging out spuds though.
      If I was living in America could I sue my parents for cruelty? Is it any wonder I’m damaged!

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      • #4
        Re: Grow Your Own Potatoes

        Originally posted by PAWS View Post
        Gosh, this brings back memories! We used to grow potatoes for home use (about 1 acre) and I hated having to pick them. Child labour was quite acceptable when it was your own and from a very early age I remember the dirt and back ache. Then they went into what was called a potato pit -spuds layered with earth and straw and we would have to dig them out as they were required.
        Having said that; when my nieces and nephews were young their parents got them to help plant and harvest fruit and veg and because they helped produce it they ate everything!
        Still can’t bear the thoughts of digging out spuds though.
        If I was living in America could I sue my parents for cruelty? Is it any wonder I’m damaged!
        these ones come with a 'grow bag' that you can just cut ... no digging needed xx
        Debt is like any other trap, easy enough to get into, but hard enough to get out of.

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        recte agens confido

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        But please include a link to your thread so I know who you are.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by PAWS View Post
          Re: Grow Your Own Potatoes

          Gosh, this brings back memories! We used to grow potatoes for home use (about 1 acre) and I hated having to pick them. 192.168.0.1 Child labour was quite acceptable when it was your own and from a very early age I remember the dirt and back ache. Then they went into what was called a potato pit -spuds layered with earth and straw and we would have to dig them out as they were required.
          Having said that; run 3 when my nieces and nephews were young their parents got them to help plant and harvest fruit and veg and because they helped produce it they ate everything!
          Still can’t bear the thoughts of digging out spuds though.
          If I was living in America could I sue my parents for cruelty? Is it any wonder I’m damaged!
          It brings back memories!!!

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          • #6
            Your article is very interesting. I think this article has a lot of information needed, looking forward to your new posts.

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            • #7
              That was quite useful and looking for more of your posts.

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              • #8
                It is good kit to learn

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                • #9
                  Dig straight, shallow trenches, 2 to 3 feet apart, in prepared soil. Plant seed potatoes 12 inches apart and cover with about 3 inches of soil. When the shoots reach 10 to 12 inches tall, use a hoe or shovel to scoop soil from between rows and mound it against the plants, burying the stems halfway.

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                  • #10
                    When the shoots reach 10 to 12 inches tall, use a hoe or shovel to scoop soil from between rows and mound it against the plants, burying the stems halfway.
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                    • #11
                      I visited your website and found an interesting recipe for "Jacket Potato", It is amazing.

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