This is something that I've learned from experience, but it's important to note that my soil has a lot of organic matter from very heavy mulching and composting, which I do to amend my extremely sandy soil; so the potato has plenty of water without me needing to water. Also, I've read a lot of stories on how potato crops have been destroyed by too much rain, because they seem to be more prone to growing funky things in the presence of excess moisture; I believe it's best to have a less moisture than just a little too much -- but I'm not potato expert, just seems to work for me.How things seem to differ in different parts of the world roadrunner, it's fascinating
In U.K. And here in France, our potoatoes love quote a bit of water. Do you get a large crop from not watering?
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