Q.potatoes sprouting from compost
I like to be as organic in my gardening practices as I can. Several weeks ago I adopted a new practice…took kitchen “vegetable” waste and started burying it in my garden. Is this an OK thing to do? From that I now have potatoes sprouting. I was surprised but I’ve begun to water them and mulch them w/compost. Are they going to make potatoes?
Burying your food scraps is actually a way of trench composting.
You certainly can dig holes and drop in to compost.
Digging deep enough to deter pests is important.
This is great technique for a busy gardener.
Volunteer fruits and vegetables can be looked upon as a plus or negative!
Remember that if the parent plants were hybrids, the new plant may be different then the original.