Potatoes are easy to grow, and usually produce a satisfying harvest. In fact, you might notice that potatoes in your kitchen often start sprouting ‘eyes’ if they have been sitting around for a while. They want to grow!
If you plant your sprouted potatoes out, then harvest them at the end of the season and eat half, save half to plant you have a sustainable crop year after year.
This video shows you just how easy it is. In this first video he mentions using a potato sack, but focuses on growing potatoes in a bed. The second video focuses on growing potatoes in burlap coffee sacks. These are usually easy to come by if you have a coffee roaster nearby. But even if you can’t get hold of burlap sacks, many other alternative sack materials will do.
How to plant and growing potatoes organically (easily grow potatoes from sprouted potatoes)
Growing potatoes in a sack (easy potato container gardening)