What is the best fertilizer for potatoes?

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The best fertilizer for potatoes, according to Better Vegetable Gardens, is organic compost added to the soil before planting. Another good method for fertilizing potatoes is what is called broadcasting. Broadcasting is adding broadcast fertilizer at the time of planting. Comfrey tea can be used to fertilize potatoes at planting time. Comfrey tea fertilizer is made by placing 14 lbs of comfrey leaves in 20 gallons of water in a bucket with a spout on the bottom.
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moderate compost, and manure is best in my personal experiances. keeps soil loose , and decomposing manure, nourishes potato . to good size growth. personal openion only. im not an
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1. Amend your soil as needed. Potatoes grow well in average soil with a little peat moss or compost mixed in for drainage. They should be in plots that get plenty of sunlight. 2.
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Use a nice starchy (not waxy) potato. Old, dry potatoes do not bake well - try roasting in fat or meat juices. Idaho bakers or Maine bakers are named for a reason. Wash and scrub
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You need a fertilizer with higher levels of potassium and phosphate and lower levels of nitrogen, like 8-24-24 of 5-10-10. Nitrogen helps the foliage grow and potassium and phosphate
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