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Food From Dirt: The Potato. Gardening For Kids. Kids love playing in the dirt and they love growing plants. What could be more natural than Planting Potatoes in the Vegetable Garden. The potato is easy to grow from cut pieces of potatoes. Help the kids by letting a potato begin to sprout, cut it into sections with at least one eye in each section and help them plant it in the dirt. They will be thrilled to watch it emerge from the ground, grow into a fine plant and produce edible potatoes 🙂 If you have a garden plot already, use the rototiller to till a small section just for the kids and let them grow their own little garden 🙂 PLEASE SHARE, comment and subscribe! Please give a thumbs up! Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsPLANES FOR KIDS VIDEO: Skipper Riley Model Kit Zvezda from Disney Cartoon Toys ReviewAllotment Gardening with Children – Growth Stays, Dirt Goes from PersilHannah Harvesting Vegetables From The Garden July 27 | Homestead KidsKids Garden Vegetable Plants Update June 2015 | Homestead KidsThe Kids Learn To Plant Sweet Potatoes In The Garden | Homestead KidsThe Kids Plant A Summer Vegetable Garden | Homestead Kids

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  • Jhon krizzz 1 year ago

    Thank you. greetings to family

  • Jhon krizzz 1 year ago

    I'm in love with this family, I'm a farmer! where they live?

  • GermanCars 1 year ago

    Best honest labors you would ever get.


  • Tim Keller 1 year ago

    The tornadoes I went through happened when I was stationed at NAS Memphis, TN. A tornado skipped across our base, taking a warning tower top off near our building, rose to pass over our building, cracking glass and walls. Being the dumb Marine I liked to be, I went out to help a friend replace shingles on a homes lower roof. While out there, a tornado decided to come over one ridge, pass over the house and slam into a nearby field. My friends later joked about how I left my finger prints in the window frame to keep from being suck off the roof. In total that day 5 tornadoes touched down in the same county, and I had witnessed three of them-the last one seen crossing the highway in front of us on the way home. Just another day in the Marine Corps…

  • Tim Keller 1 year ago

    Try again. Our raised veggy beds are 4' by 16', the length of a cattle panel. When not using panels for vine veggies, we planted potatoes down the middle of them- yukon gold, my favorite, reds and white. I did not plant any last year and harvested nearly 2-5 gallon buckets from reseeding. Some weighing two pounds.

  • REVEREND DAVID HAMM 1 year ago

    see watching these kids it makes me Proud to have grown up in the South where I have the same Values teach a child in the way they should go and when they are old they will not part Great Job Home stead kids

  • Chip Wright 1 year ago

    Looking good. You're making lots of progress! :)

  • david clarke 1 year ago

    hi good job kids

  • Johnny Umphress 1 year ago

    When I was a kid I would dig the crookedest row. Then my grandma would tell me, that's alright you can plant more in a crooked row than you can in a straight row.

  • Outdoorsman 1 year ago

    Excellent work!

  • Kismet Bleu 1 year ago

    Yay, a longer vid!! Great job kids. Next time offer to hold the camera and let dad dig ;)

  • Tim Keller 1 year ago

    It keeps kicking me off before I finish. If you want to hear about the gardens and tornadoes, let me know….:-)

  • Tim Keller 1 year ago

    My comments just vanished while typing, so I hope you don't get this twice. We used to plant red and yukon gold taters- I loved the golds. I got caught up in two tornadoes, while at

  • Dan Wheeler 1 year ago

    Another good video. Love this time of year. Currently redoing our garden layout and wife should be starting seedlings indoors in the next week or so.

  • scott FOSS 1 year ago

    Love gardening videos. Kids did very well. Can't wait to see the results of your labor.

  • Simple Life 1 year ago

    Are you going to plant Fries and mashed potatoes too or just the boiled and baked ones? The kids did a great job as always and tough feet! The chickens got straight in as soon as the ground was turned, can't wait to see the results of all that labor.

  • Kiki Ski 1 year ago

    Its wonmderful to see these kids working together so well and so happily. I really admire their work ethic and how they don't seem to shy away from hard work…just get right in there and get stuff done. They had such a lovely day too, to do the potato and onion planting. I noticed a little chicken had to get in on the action also….its so relaxing to hear them clucking and digging around while the planting is being done. Such a nice setting for an enjoyable day working together with your family….so admirable. Thanks friends for sharing this video with us…. two thumbs up…  : )

  • José Albino Dedé Venâncio 1 year ago

    Good job children. It is important to educate and guide children pras healthy things.

  • wizard1396 1 year ago

    Showing off the tough feet again! I was wondering why SkyGuy was not putting the taters directly in the trench at first. I planted spring potatoes once but they kept jumping out of the ground 🙂 boing! Weather is getting warmer, summer work outfits always better. Are you planting some French Fries too? I like the idea of planting "time", we could all use a few more hours of swimming every day, lol

  • ISheolraver 1 year ago

    It's wonderful to see the kids take an enthusiastic hand in planting food crops. I'll show this to my son (As I do most of your videos.). I'm trying to somewhat reclaim my son from a new obsession with "black mirrors". (Video games, tv, cell phones, etc.) You're videos do help. Public schools and mainstream peer behavior does not.
    Curious to know if that crop dusters output concerns you. As interesting as it is flying around, it's main purpose can be collateral wind borne damage. Let's hope not.