How to make a Potato Clamp and plant cabbages from 100 years ago

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How to make a Potato Clamp and plant cabbages from 100 years ago

Post by Admin on Thu May 10, 2018 7:46 am

How To Make a Potato Clamp
Potatoes, onions, apples, beets, pears and flower bulbs or roots, for example, dahlias and gladioli can be securely put away out in the open. A layer of straw is first put on the ground where the tubers and others are then put upon. The second layer of around 6 inches of straw is then put over them

How To Plant Cabbages
To get a late fall and winter supply of cabbage, they must be planted in March. Sowing more at intervals until the beginning of August will provide spring and summer produce. 1 ounce of seed will cover approximately 5 square yards. The seedlings will need to be thinned in order for the strongest plants to survive and thrive. A spacing of 24 inches is enough for most varieties. Watering should be done before planting versus after.

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