Did you know you can grow potatoes from seeds? Potatoes are traditionally grown from leftover tubers (the part we eat) planted in the ground every spring. These tubers are identical to the ones planted the year before and the year before that, etc. They are known as clones and it is quite possible you are eating potatoes that are the exact same cloned potato you ate 10 years ago. But it doesn't have to be that way. You can grow unique new individual potato plants this year and every year to come. Our seeds came from open pollinated potatoes that were bred to be better at producing "Potato Berries". Potato Berries are the fruits that a potato makes. They look sort of like a small green tomato, but are not to be eaten because they could be poisonous. It is from these fruits that you will be able to collect more seeds for next year.
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