Unless you have a big problem with mice and voles, put them out
where you want them to grow next year and cover them with a thick
layer of straw. Pull most of the straw off next spring. Or next spring,
transplant the ones you missed this year harvesting potatoes. (It *will*
I've always had better results storing my potatoes in the ground out
in the garden under a heavy layer of straw than anywhere in the house,
even with the risk of mice getting to them.
Pat in Plymouth MI ('someplace.net' is comcast)
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