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assuming that the container covers plants whose roots are in the ground,
should fertilizer/irrigation go to the root zone, or does the entire length
of the vine in the container need it?

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Too much water will rot your seed potatoes. I would plant them and just
pour water on them when the soil is dry. Never fertilized potatoes.

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assuming that the container covers plants whose roots are in the ground,
should fertilizer/irrigation go to the root zone, or does the entire

length
of the vine in the container need it?





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