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Do You Plant Potato Pieces With the Eyes Up or Down?

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Plant potatoes with the eyes, or sprouts, facing up, advises Colorado State University's Extension Service. The Ohio State University Extension recommends using either egg-sized whole potatoes or cutting larger potatoes into two or three pieces, making sure each potato or piece has at least one eye.

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Cameron Delaney is a freelance writer for trade journals and websites and an editor of non-fiction books. As a journalist, Delaney worked for wire services, newspapers and magazines for more than 20 years. Delaney's degrees include a bachelor's in journalism from Penn State and a master's in liberal arts from University of Denver.

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