We often hear how popular tomatoes are among gardeners. But what about potatoes? You can add to your survival gardening success with The Complete Book of Potatoes.
Through the centuries potatoes have provided sustenance for survival. They saved Europeans from starving many times. Even today rice and wheat are the only things people around the world eat more of.
Potatoes are incredibly versatile. They can be prepared many different ways and added to so many dishes.
Just think. Gravy would be lost and naked without mashed potatoes. What reason would there be to have a baked potato bar at the buffet without potatoes? And where would a tater tot casserole be if there were none? A good stew would be a bland stew without them.
Seriously though, potatoes should be essential to your survival gardening, if they’re not already. And to help you make the most of them is a book called The Complete Book of Potatoes: What Every Grower and Gardener Needs to Know, by Hielke De Jong, Joseph B. Sieczka, and Walter De Jong. It’s the DestinySurvival Pick of the Week.
The authors are credentialed potato experts who’ve put together this comprehensive guide for North American home gardeners and commercial growers. They give you the history and science of potatoes as well as practical information.
The Complete Book of Potatoes helps you understand the plant, the tubers, and the qualities and benefits of numerous varieties. It contains plenty of helpful photos, too.
Find out about production techniques for conventional and organic gardening, including info on diseases and pest management practices. Get the info you need to know concerning climate and growing conditions. You’ll be able to determine which varieties are best for where you live and where to get them.
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Make potato growing more successful in your survival garden this season with The Complete Book of Potatoes.
You might also like the section on potatoes found in How to Grow Root Vegetables.