The Complete Guide To Growing Potatoes

(Grow Potatoes – Like A Pro!)

What if you could grow potatoes like a pro? Perhaps they would look something like this:

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Red potatoes grown in the garden this year.

They look great, right? Well, they will taste great too (with the right recipe!)

But eating potatoes is way easier than growing them. It’s not as simple as just burying a few potatoes and waiting for them to appear!

There are lots of things that could make or break your harvest when growing potatoes. For example:

  • What types of potatoes should you grow?
  • How do you prepare the soil?
  • When and where should you plant?
  • What if you bury them too deep?
  • What if you plant them too close together?
  • What if you water them too much … or not enough?
  • What kind of fertilizer should you use?
  • When do you harvest – and how?
  • And so on…
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How deep should you bury seed potatoes? How much space between plants? When do you look to harvest potatoes?

What Could Go Wrong?

Now, maybe your wheels are spinning about everything that could go wrong. Maybe you think it’s too hard (or too much work!) to grow potatoes.

The truth is, lots of gardeners feel that way. Well, I’m here to tell you that the exact opposite is true!

Growing potatoes like the ones you saw above is possible – IF you know precisely what to do (and what NOT to do) at each step in the process.

Now, let me ask you a question: what if you had an unfair advantage when growing potatoes?

What is an unfair advantage? It’s something that would:

  • save you both time and energy
  • give you more potatoes with less work
  • pay for itself, many times over

Are you interested in that unfair advantage? Well, here is some good news: you can find it below.

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A complete guide will take the guess work out of growing potatoes so that you can save yourself time, energy, and frustration.

The Unfair Advantage

It just so happens that the unfair advantage comes in the form of a book (an eBook, really).

This eBook is just what you need: a secret weapon … a complete reference … and an ultimate guide … one that will give you the information you need to grow potatoes like a pro.

Now, you might think that you can find this information online. To be perfectly honest, you are right about that – you can find most or all of this information online – eventually.

But how long would it take? Let’s be honest – there is so much information online now that it is impossible to go through it all.

In fact, the problem is no longer finding the information you need. The tough part is sorting through the stuff you don’t need – without wasting your time.

Wouldn’t you rather spend that time doing something else … anything else … besides wasting hours or days on forums and websites, digging for information? (pardon the potato pun!)

Well, you can save that time and use it for something else.

This book has all the information you need to grow potatoes like a pro – without making the mistakes that will set you back or ruin your season.

Let’s face it: if this book saves you a couple hours of online research and gives you a better harvest, it will pay for itself. At that point, you really don’t have much to lose.

frustrated guy at computer
Want to save some time on research? Get the answers you need without spending all your time looking to put the pieces of the potato-growing puzzle together!

Nothing To Lose

Let me rephrase that: you have nothing to lose. Really, I mean it – if you don’t find the book worthwhile, you can let me know and I will issue a full refund right away.

All I ask from you in return is to let me know how I can improve the book. I want to make it as helpful as possible for my readers.

Although, I am confident that no matter your skill level, this book will teach you something – whether you are a complete beginner or a veteran gardener.

It is comprehensive enough for a new gardener to get started, and detailed enough to teach an experienced gardener a few new tricks.

You can read it cover to cover, or just focus on what you need the most help with – and skim over the rest. It’s totally up to you, but I know you will find value in these pages.

Still, I know that you might not want to pay for something until you know it will help you. Believe me – I get it. So, why not try it before you buy it?

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I am confident that my book has something to teach you about growing potatoes, regardless of your skill level and experience with gardening. Plus, you can read a few chapters for free, and get your money back if you don’t find the full version helpful after buying.

Try It (For Free!)

You can access a free preview version of the book below. That’s right – the first five chapters are available to you, in full, free of charge.

If you go through the free version and you don’t think the book is for you, then you don’t have to buy it – no pressure and no hard feelings!

But, if you like the preview and you find it helpful, you can easily buy the full version (there is a link in the free version below).

So the real question is … what are you waiting for? Go ahead and download the free version of “Complete Guide to Growing Potatoes” below and start learning what you need to know.

Download The Free Version Now

You can download your free preview version of “The Complete Guide To Growing Potatoes” (first 5 chapters, PDF format) here.

You can see the full table of contents in the table or video below (the introduction and chapters 1 through 5 are included in the preview version).

1 – Where Do Potatoes Come From?2
2 – What Are Seed Potatoes?9
3 – Choosing The Right Potato Varieties17
4 – How To Make Potatoes Sprout32
5 – How To Prepare Soil For Potatoes40
6 – Growing Potatoes In Containers57
7 – When To Plant Potatoes62
8 – Where To Plant Potatoes80
9 – How To Plant Potatoes (Depth & Space)91
10 – Watering Potato Plants101
11 – Fertilizing Potato Plants106
12 – Hilling Potato Plants114
13 – Potato Pest Control125
14 – Potato Disease Control142
15 – Potato Harvest163
16 – Potato Storage177
17 – Potato Recipes186
18 – Common Questions217

Enjoy the book, and thanks for reading!