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Potato 4-H Project Area

A potato with toothpicks holding it sprouting roots in a glass jar.

The 4-H Potato project area consists of one project manual, covering as many years as the youth wishes to participate in the project area.

You must have the necessary land, time and equipment to take this project. Certified seed is to be used. Minimum amount to plant: first year –100 pounds or 2,400 square feet; second year – 200 pounds or 4,800 square feet; third and all other years – 300 pounds or 7,200 square feet.


There is not a separate document with the scoresheet for the WV 4-H Potato Growing project. The scoresheet is located inside the back cover of the project book.

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How Do I Sign Up?

Screenshot of 4-H ZSuite enrollment page to select project

The first step is to create an enrollment in our ZSuite website.

Enroll in 4-H ZSuite

When you get to the CLUBS tab of the enrollment, you will want to ADD PROJECT.

For Potato Growing, you should search for:


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