How to grow a potato indoor, in my man cave

how i plant my indoor potatoes…filmed in my small apartment / mancave πŸ˜‰ Link to my blog…
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You all really have o try this!!! Was I ever surprised to see actual potatoes! My blog
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50 Comments/Reviews

  • Robert Thompson says:

    @mizzomiz Yes he does. That’s why he made a video to show how he grows
    potatoes indoors. Watch the video again and listen this time.ο»Ώ

  • Joan Newell says:

    I thought you needed pollination for these types of plants…how does it
    get pollinated indoors?ο»Ώ

  • mizzomiz says:

    strange way to grow potatos. do you want to gain some edible potatos

  • Ngam Kai Sien says:

    Can i know what kind of soil i need to use? ο»Ώ

  • fargone164 says:

    @jihadacadien well darn……

  • Mel O says:

    hi, i hv started growing my potatoes. 1) how long does it takes before it
    is ready for harvest, how can i tell? 2) also, the leaves, can it be eaten
    and when is the best time to eat those leaves like on 3 mth ? 3) i saw some
    where the potatoes is cut into halve and just halve is planted. will that
    do too?

  • PainChaud says:

    @taraudall Well you can plant the whole potato, it’ll just grow a bigger

  • PainChaud says:

    @electricfemale thanks πŸ˜‰

  • Red Ranger says:

    I like when you say potato.

  • PainChaud says:

    Ah well thank you. And yes just type painchaud in facebook and you should
    find me πŸ˜‰

  • RagingOatmeal says:

    @jihadacadien Do you live in france or canada because i am fairly good at
    gr 10 french and i like your accent

  • yanruoj says:

    How much sun does the plant need a day nice plants by the way πŸ™‚

  • PainChaud says:

    @Bilal G it’s perlite…and to be honest it’s pretty usess I think. They
    say it helps the plants but all the trouble and resources it needs to get
    to my home… It’s totally unecessary πŸ˜‰

  • Tacos Buenos says:

    …but you can’t eat ganja… potatoes fill you up and never let you down

  • PainChaud says:

    @flower040 Yeah it’s not so bad looking πŸ˜‰

  • anniequilts says:

    Do you use commercial potting soil in your pots?

  • PainChaud says:

    @Jkc31267 no problem. Thanks for watching!

  • PainChaud says:

    @Bilal G it’s perlite… And with all it takes in resources to get to me…
    It’s really not necessary. But I doubt it helps the plant that much. πŸ˜‰

  • Andy Anderson says:

    Here is something for you to ponder. I tried to grow plants in large pots
    just as you did, but my male cat had other plans for the soil if you catch
    my drift. This is what I did to combat the little whisker licker and have
    my plants grow. I propagated my plants in a similar fashion, however,
    instead of a pot, I planted it in a 40 lb poly dry dog food bag that I
    rolled the top down to expose the leaves of the plant and tied it up around
    the stem. As the plant grew taller added more soil rolled ..

  • PainChaud says:

    Again, oustide they need moist soil and as much sun they can get. Potatoes
    can grow almost anywhere. Indoors let the soil dry a bit so the potatoes
    don’t rot. Hope it helps!

  • Amir Afzali says:

    Thnx For The Help. πŸ˜€

  • PainChaud says:

    @RagingOatmeal I’m in Canada

  • PainChaud says:

    @1androo2 ahahahhah! Awsome!

  • PainChaud says:

    No problem we are all newbes at one time ;). And a potato plan can yeild a
    lot of potatoes. Depending on the type and the season. But usually I get
    maybe 10 potatoes by plant. Sometimes there’s more but they might be small.
    Indoors well I get like 5-7 small potatoes πŸ˜‰

  • garygardens says:

    Potatoes are one of my favorite things to grow (and eat, of course).
    Haven’t tried them indoors yet but you’ve given me an idea, lol. I have two
    varieties ready to plant outside as soon as the temps get up a bit more…
    Regards, Gary

  • RedStingBlogs says:

    Awesome! Can you recycle the soil? ο»Ώ


    man i got! to try this, looks like fun! and beat’s the hell out! of
    artificial food. still to this day i have no idea what a natural food taste
    like! i will investigate this further.ο»Ώ

  • reksD8 says:

    great video bro. good luckο»Ώ

  • angela sheppard says:

    thanks for reminding me bout growing them in pots indoors.maybe i’ll try
    starting sweet potatoes and growing them alsoο»Ώ

  • JacobsOompa says:

    Continue- I take my potted plants or tall flexible plants, put towel over
    top of pot around plant to hold soil together / upside down dip my plants
    in my Spicey liquid…don’t shake it off too much and you might do it early
    morn or later near sundown so hot sun won’t burn. I bend tall plants in and
    splash them good also my vines like squash runners…if they;re attached
    then just use spray bottle good and under all leaves-THIS WORKS very well
    and does not harm plants / pets/humans-bugs hate you

  • Michele Goodsell says:

    as long as the potatoe doesnt get to hot you can grow them in the kitchen
    year round. the little potatoes taste the best.

  • MrGabesutube says:

    Very cool, I don’t have much luck with them. I cant wait to try again.

  • omegahpla says:

    good lookin crop for a bowl lol. I love new potatoes/podaydoze

  • PainChaud says:

    @berean73 Thanks they have those free in 24 cases right now ;)And the
    taters tasted pretty good too!

  • PainChaud says:

    @ZombieHunterOracle oh =S

  • PainChaud says:

    @theGHETTOMAN1 πŸ˜‰ then go get one!!!!!

  • PainChaud says:

    Again didn’t think about putting them in the soil. I try growing some but
    it had some effect. I guess I should start growing a lot more from seeds.

  • Anonymous Anonymous says:

    @jihadacadien which vlog showed you cutting the potatoes and putting in
    that pot?

  • Brown Sugah says:

    @jihadacadien of course i will πŸ™‚

  • Frances Wilkins says:

    I think I’m going to try some indoors this winter too! πŸ™‚

  • JacobsOompa says:

    If you have underground problems then bury some marigold pieces under and
    on top close to plant…I see you had some marigolds here and there but I
    had them plant solid all around and also in my rows or around varmit
    tendency plants….marigolds are cheap easy and plentiful and more than
    worth the trouble. I live in bug/varmit capital of USA Florida…so I know
    it works. Spray ground heavily around prob plants…varmits will get the
    message…remember it will not harm plants or pets. ken

  • ShadowVampira says:

    @jihadacadien Did you use ordinary grocery store potatoes or special seed

  • JacobsOompa says:

    Hey young man…you seen to be a fun type of lad that loves the garden….I
    love your zeal and spirit with gardening and video taping….very
    enjoyable,,,,I am Irish and potatoes are my forte lol…always has great
    success. I have best solution for your varmits eating your plants and
    trees, completely organic and free….take and blend up some marigold
    scraps dead parts and all…Hot peprs/blk pepr / garlic / tabasco / ash /
    all in bucket w/water stir/set/strain/spray tree problems too—cont->

  • PainChaud says:

    @MrGreenbudha Thanks…it is!!

  • Anonymous Anonymous says:

    omg how exciting!

  • PainChaud says:

    @bcgarden2010 I have no idea! But as soon as I get low on my potatoes this
    winter I’m trying this out again, on a bigger scale!

  • PainChaud says:

    @theGHETTOMAN1 yeah they did go crazy a little but it was worth it!

  • theGHETTOMAN1 says:

    HAHAHA Thanx brother! ; D *thumbs up* I know, I wish I had 1 of those apt.
    railing, garden boxes(about 3 feet longx1 foot wide) LOL I need tons of
    soil too! <:'( Last time I used 1 of those the vines covered my entire window haha. i got new potatoes every week though! ; ) I told ya they would go crazy..hehe ; D mmm now I want a baked potato with butter, garlic greens and salt n pepper!!

  • PainChaud says:

    @theonlylaurenadriana Well I’d say as must as it can. it like full sun, but
    I’ll grow indoor in the winer but with lesser results

  • PainChaud says:

    @omegahpla πŸ˜‰ Crazy they grew indoors!

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