I have heard marvelous things not only about the yield of potatoes that come from a Back to Eden Garden, but the cleanliness of the potatoes as well. Being a Mainer, it is my duty to plant and harvest great potatoes (our state produces 1.5 billion pounds of the US’s potatoes each year). Potato planting is one of the only crops with which you break the “Back to Eden” rules with. When planting in a Back to Eden Garden, it is crucial that you plant in the soil, not in the wood chips. Today, we’re breaking that rule.
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