6 Potato Planting Methods for the Backyard Garden | Grow a Good Life | Different methods work for different growing locations. If you are planting potatoes for the first time or if you have planted them in the past and failed to harvest a good yield, I urge you to not give up and try a different approach until you find a method that works for you. Here are six different potato planting methods for you to experiment with.
Growing Summer Squash Vertically | Grow a Good Life | Growing summer squash vertically by trellising or in tomato cages helps to save space, encourages air circulation, and allows the squash to be more visible reducing the chance of overgrowth.
A soil block is a cube of lightly compressed soil and nutrients that will grow one transplant. I start all my seedlings in soil blocks that I make with a 2-inch Soil Blocker that produces four soil blocks at once.