A few years back I bought a bag of seed potatoes, and haven't had to plant any since (they just keep coming back - year after year!!). They say you're supposed to rotate your potato crop, and who knows if my yield would have been better if I had done that (like I had any choice - they just grew where they wanted ;)
This year I thought I'd move them. Why not? This time, however, I used spuds from my kitchen with eyes started. Apparently all you do is cut the potato into pieces and plant the pieces with the eyes. "They" say you're not supposed to do this (potato blight?) but that's all my father-in-law did for years. We'll see what happens!
(Maybe one of these days I'll do it by the book - plant from seed potatoes and rotate the crop yearly ;)
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