List of 10+ What to plant after potatos

1 Crop Rotation Guide – Tui Garden

  • Author: tuigarden.co.nz
  • Published Date: 05/29/2022
  • Review: 4.93 (617 vote)
  • Summary: Hi Elisabeth, egg plants, tomatoes and potatoes are all of the same family (Solanaceae) and so are susceptible the same pests and diseases. They can be grown 

2 Plan Ahead for Midsummer Vegetable Crop Rotations

Plan Ahead for Midsummer Vegetable Crop Rotations
  • Author: growveg.com
  • Published Date: 01/25/2022
  • Review: 4.63 (383 vote)
  • Summary: · I often rotate my potato row into fall-planted garlic or onions, so rather than growing a food crop, I use the late summer shoulder season to 
  • Matching search results: You have many options as you decide what to plant after garlic or onions, as long as you don’t choose an onion or a legume. In my climate, I can squeeze in a late crop of winter squash or fast-maturing pumpkins after garlic, but only if I have …

3 How to Grow Potatoes That Will Thrive in a Sunny Spot in Your Yard

  • Author: bhg.com
  • Published Date: 09/03/2022
  • Review: 4.46 (435 vote)
  • Summary: · After planting, potatoes will start flowering and forming tubers. Once the tubers are formed, your potatoes will need to be heavily watered 
  • Matching search results: You have many options as you decide what to plant after garlic or onions, as long as you don’t choose an onion or a legume. In my climate, I can squeeze in a late crop of winter squash or fast-maturing pumpkins after garlic, but only if I have …

4 Potato companion plants & crop rotation

  • Author: plantura.garden
  • Published Date: 09/14/2022
  • Review: 4.37 (362 vote)
  • Summary: A year after your potato harvest, plant low-yielding, leafy vegetables, such as lettuce, radish (Raphanus sativus), pea (Pisum sativum) and spinach . Followed by green manure the year after, which will replenish organic matter in the soil and rebuild humus
  • Matching search results: Cabbages (Brassica) also get along well with the deep-rooted potatoes. As does garlic, which can deter field mice (Arvicolinae), and peppermint and nasturtium, which are said to deter slugs (Gastropoda) and various insects, including the potato …

5 Can Garlic Be Planted After Potatoes?

  • Author: sweetishhill.com
  • Published Date: 04/03/2022
  • Review: 4.12 (204 vote)
  • Summary: · What can I plant in raised beds after potatoes? … After harvest, follow your potatoes with leeks, cabbage, kale, lettuce, or Asian greens. Have 
  • Matching search results: Don’t plant them in the same location year after year, as this can encourage the spread of diseases that affect the crop. Learn more about crop rotation. Select a location with full sun, where your onions won’t be shaded by other plants. The more …

6 How to Grow Potatoes – The Diggers Club

  • Author: diggers.com.au
  • Published Date: 11/06/2021
  • Review: 3.92 (398 vote)
  • Summary: Plant: Plant 10cm deep, 40cm apart in 1m rows. Bank up soil above tuber. Harvest: 120 days. 30 days after flowering. Potatoes are one of the oldest food 
  • Matching search results: Hill up the soil or heap mulch around them, as they grow to exclude the light. Remember that all parts of the potato plant are poisonous except tubers that have no green tinge. ‘New’ potatoes can be dug before the plants wither, or harvest ‘old’ …

7 Planting immediately after potatoes – Gardeners World Forum

  • Author: forum.gardenersworld.com
  • Published Date: 09/12/2022
  • Review: 3.72 (519 vote)
  • Summary: If you use a crop rotation plan then you’d be best planting brassica’s which follow spuds. Idea spot for winter vegs – broccoli, kale, swede,, 
  • Matching search results: Hill up the soil or heap mulch around them, as they grow to exclude the light. Remember that all parts of the potato plant are poisonous except tubers that have no green tinge. ‘New’ potatoes can be dug before the plants wither, or harvest ‘old’ …

8 Best and Worst Potato Companion Plants

  • Author: thespruce.com
  • Published Date: 12/25/2021
  • Review: 3.57 (240 vote)
  • Summary: · Best Potato Companion Plants. Potatoes grow deep in the soil, which logically suggests that the best companions will be those with above-ground 
  • Matching search results: Hill up the soil or heap mulch around them, as they grow to exclude the light. Remember that all parts of the potato plant are poisonous except tubers that have no green tinge. ‘New’ potatoes can be dug before the plants wither, or harvest ‘old’ …

9 Succession planting after potatoes – Houzz

  • Author: houzz.com
  • Published Date: 09/10/2022
  • Review: 3.24 (410 vote)
  • Summary: These would include: Cowpeas, Snap Beans (Pole), Cilantro, Sweet Corn, Eggplants (if you didn’t plant them in May or June or if you want more), Peppers, Summer 
  • Matching search results: I hope the rain expected on Friday brings all of us good moisture and no severe stuff, but am enough of a realist to know that it may bring severe weather to somebody in the risk area. I need to open up the tornado shelter, air it out and sweep it …

10 Potato Companion Plants | Kellogg Garden Organics™

  • Author: kellogggarden.com
  • Published Date: 07/31/2022
  • Review: 3.06 (250 vote)
  • Summary: Potato Companion Plants ; Tomatoes; Eggplants; Peppers; Cucumbers; Pumpkins/Squash; Onions; Fennel; Carrots; Turnips ; Spinach; Lettuce; Basil; Parsley ; Cabbage 
  • Matching search results: I hope the rain expected on Friday brings all of us good moisture and no severe stuff, but am enough of a realist to know that it may bring severe weather to somebody in the risk area. I need to open up the tornado shelter, air it out and sweep it …

11 30 Potato Companion Plants And 8 Plants To Never Grow With Potatoes

30 Potato Companion Plants And 8 Plants To Never Grow With Potatoes
  • Author: ruralsprout.com
  • Published Date: 09/11/2022
  • Review: 2.97 (107 vote)
  • Summary: · In a warm climate, during hot summer weather, pea crops planted to provide shade to potatoes may also have a benefit, since the increased shade 
  • Matching search results: In a warm climate, during hot summer weather, pea crops planted to provide shade to potatoes may also have a benefit, since the increased shade will reduce moisture loss from the soil and aid the potato crop, which requires relatively high levels of …

12 Crop rotation: a guide to healthier, more abundant veg | Gardeningetc

  • Author: gardeningetc.com
  • Published Date: 08/04/2022
  • Review: 2.84 (121 vote)
  • Summary: · Tomatoes are part of the Potato Family and can therefore be grown alongside potatoes. In a three-bed, three-year crop rotation system, they can 
  • Matching search results: In a warm climate, during hot summer weather, pea crops planted to provide shade to potatoes may also have a benefit, since the increased shade will reduce moisture loss from the soil and aid the potato crop, which requires relatively high levels of …

13 Crop rotation / RHS Gardening

  • Author: rhs.org.uk
  • Published Date: 01/24/2022
  • Review: 2.79 (189 vote)
  • Summary: The principle of crop rotation is to grow specific groups of vegetables on a … Weed control: Some crops, like potatoes and squashes, with dense foliage or 
  • Matching search results: In a warm climate, during hot summer weather, pea crops planted to provide shade to potatoes may also have a benefit, since the increased shade will reduce moisture loss from the soil and aid the potato crop, which requires relatively high levels of …

14 what to plant after potatoes?

  • Author: growfruitandveg.co.uk
  • Published Date: 03/18/2022
  • Review: 2.68 (94 vote)
  • Summary: · I’d put in LEEKS. You can still sow the seed now in trays or pots and transplant them in due course after the spuds are up
  • Matching search results: In a warm climate, during hot summer weather, pea crops planted to provide shade to potatoes may also have a benefit, since the increased shade will reduce moisture loss from the soil and aid the potato crop, which requires relatively high levels of …