Can potatoes grow in polluted water?



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    Most of the water in the U.S. is polluted, approximately 40% to be exact,  of the nations surveyed lakes, rivers, and estuaries were too polluted basic uses like drinking supply, fishing, and swimming.

    Luckily, potatoes are considered one of the easiest root crops to grow.  Early spring is the best time to plant them and potatoes only require average soil to grow.  It is a good idea to use compost or  peat moss when preparing the soil.  Additionally,  irregular watering causes irregular shaped potatoes, so you want to make sure you water potatoes, saturating the soil, weekly during the summer months.

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