Can I cut large seed potatoes in half? Is it OK to cut large seed potatoes in half? Discover the answer, in this Quick TIps video guide featuring Lucy Hall, BBC Gardeners' World Magazine. By BBC Gardeners' World Magazine Published: Sunday, 24 March, 2019 at 3:00 pm Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Whatsapp Share on Blogger Email to a friend Seed potatoes can be cut in half before planting, to increase your crop of spuds. Lucy Hall, BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine, explains how to do it, in our Quick Tips video. Advertisement Advertisement Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Whatsapp Share on Blogger Email to a friend Tags Fruit and vegetables Planting Potatoes Vegetable Allotment Container gardening Greenhouse Kitchen garden Small garden Urban garden Veg plot Latest Travel and events Online Masterclass series: Year-Round Colour in Your Garden Power tools 7 of the best pressure washers You may also like Grow plants How to sow lettuce seeds successionally Grow plants How to grow potatoes in a compost bag Grow plants Monty Don’s potato trial (part one) Grow plants How to grow potatoes for Christmas Offers 2L and 3L pots Save £5 on alliums Add structure and colour to your late-spring and early-summer garden with a range of stunning alliums. Globe flowerheads, with star-shaped blooms are held aloft sturdy upright stems. Browse range now Offer Ends: Sunday, 4 April, 2021 Save on four-part series Year-Round Colour in Your Garden £50 £60 First session: 12 noon, Friday 19 March Our latest Masterclass Online launches as part of a four-part series, kicking off with planning spring colour in your garden. Save £10 when you book for the entire four-part series. Find out more & book now Offer Ends: Friday, 3 December, 2021 Travel and events Online Masterclass series: Year-Round Colour in Your Garden Join host David Hurrion for a four-part series of online Masterclasses on creating a garden of colour and interest for every season.