Hello! I have kind of a silly question, or maybe just a silly situation. My husband and I have planted our first garden and, as far as we can tell, it's thriving. We have it fenced off with chicken wire and have been very fortunate to have avoided invaders (bunnies, etc.) and pests so far, with the exception of our naughty Brittany, who is convinced that there is something very interesting in the garden--especially since it is off limits for curious dogs.
Recently, she has mowed over a good portion of our potato crop (three 6-foot trenches, stalks are now about waist-high and are currently blooming). Some of the stalks are bent but do not appear to be broken, and I was wondering if this is going to effect our crop and prevent the potatoes from maturing. Since this is our first time growing a vegetable garden, we are unsure of what to expect in the first place, and now I would hate to see our efforts go to waste.